The “mini-Corvette” or the “Corvette for Europe” had the looks to turn heads and performance that dollar-per-dollar helped it sell more than 100,000 models in its five-year run. The French-made body set atop a steel unibody and its fastback design with no trunk or hatchback gave it looks that set it apart. While pop-up headlights had been seen before, the GT’s headlights were manually-operated by a hand lever along the center console that rotated them counterclockwise to expose them. No doubt the GT’s form is of its own, but it’s componentry is mostly borrowed from the Opel Kadett B. Given the GT’s size and light weight, it should be a strong candidate for upgrading to dominate cars much more powerful.