GLAS GT

This coupe was not only elegant and relative affordable, it was also very potent and is considered the most successful design of all automobile models coming out of the GLAS stable.
The 1300 GT was introduced in September of 1963 at the Frankfurt Automobile Show. Frua in Turin, Italy, responsible for the design was also contracted to manufacture the bodies. The 1300 GT was produced between March of 1964 until September of 1967 and the 1700 GT from May 1965 until September of 1967. Altogether only 5,378 GTs were built including the 362 convertibles. Out of those two thirds were 1300 and one third 1700 GTs. In Germany the cars were priced between US$2,900 and US$3,460. The price for the convertible was about US$250 more than a coupe with the same options.
Officially nearly three hundred GT coupes were exported into the USA. It was offered in the USA for US$3,785.





GLAS 1300 GT
early 1300 GT
Coupe, 2+2 seating (also 2 door convertible), 4 cylinder, 4 cycle inline water-cooled motor, 1290 cc, 75 DIN Hp (since Sept. 1965: 85 Hp), two 35 RH side draft carburetor by Solex, 4-speed manual transmission (also available with a 5-speed manual transmission), single disk dry clutch, rear wheel drive with split drive shaft, all steel unibody construction, independent front wheel suspension and fixed rear axle with leaf springs and Panhard stabilizer link, hyd
raulic disk brakes up front and drum brakes in the rear, 6 volt electrical system, length: 4055mm, width: 1550mm, height: 1280mm (Convertible: height: 1350mm), wheelbase: 2320mm, track: 1260mm in front and 1200 at the rear, tires 6,25 S – 14 (since Sept. 1965 155 SR 14), curb weight: 900kg (Convertible: 940kg), GVWR: 1200kg, top speed: 170km/h (with the 85 Hp motor: 174km/h), fuel consumption: 10.5 Liter/100km, tank capacity: 55 liter

GLAS 1700 GT


Coupe, 2+2 seating (also 2 door convertible), 4 cylinder, 4 cycle inline water-cooled motor, 1682 cc, 100 DIN Hp, two 40 RH side draft carburetor by Solex, 4-speed manual transmission (also available with a 5-speed manual transmission), single disk dry clutch, rear wheel drive with split drive shaft, all steel unibody construction, independent front wheel suspension and fixed rear axle with leaf springs and Panhard stabilizer link, hydraulic disk brakes up front and drum brakes in the rear, 6 volt electrical system, length: 4055mm, width: 1550mm, height: 1280mm (Convertible: height: 1350mm), wheelbase: 2320mm, track: 1260mm in front and 1200 at the rear, tires 155 HR 14, curb weight: 920kg (Convertible: 960kg), GVWR: 1200kg, top speed: 183km/h, fuel consumption: 12 Liter/100km, tank capacity: 55 liter

 

                                  

                        GLAS 1300 GT were also delivered to the USA

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