The Monza was a part of the prestigious Opel Senator range from the car’s launch in 1978, and marketed as the luxury grand tourer of the line-up. Engines were almost exclusively six-cylinders, with early 2.0 and 2.5-litre mills soon supplanted by more powerful 2.8 and 3.0-litre engines.
Around 40,000 Monzas are thought to have rolled off the German production line, although relatively few survive today. With a powerful straight-six engine and excellent refinement, the GSE was capable of transporting four adults in long distance comfort, but could also play the role of performance hatch if the driver was in the mood.
This ultra rare model is a 3.0 GSE fitted with a manual gearbox. It has covered a genuine 38K miles from new.
This Monza is the LCD Dash model and it has the RECARO seats fitted.