It's just about impossible to find a better looking seventies car than the Buick Opel GT; an elegantly streamlined sports GT that easily captured the imagination of sports car racers and drag racers alike. Ironically, drag racers gravitated toward it because of its promise of lighter weight and better aerodynamics and then proceeded to stuff big engines between the fenders with massive superchargers and tunnel ram intake with big air scoops, thus totally negating any potential aerodynamic gains. They proved to be a handful with short wheelbase handling issues, but everyone loved them and they proliferated. Today, with Modifed Eliminator having been, ah, eliminated, Opel GT's still need love and faithful car guys who admired them as kids now dress them in Pro Street trim to create spectacular street machines that do the marque proud. Danny Pittman's beautiful '71 model is a prime example.