Opel Kapitän 1939-1941
The Kapitän was the successor to the Super Six. It was available in varous body styles, although the 4-door saloon was the standard. The factory also offered a 2-door version and a convertible.
Opel initially sold the Kapitän under the old and established name of Super Six, at least in France and Holland. Often referred to as a baby Chevrolet, the pre-war Kapitän was a very modern car for its time, featuring a unitary body. Note the angular headlamps.