Denmark is the land of bicycles, smørrebrød, and… classic cars, as it turns out. I’ve always been told the Danes are anti-car, that they’ll be the first to ban the internal combustion the first chance they get, but I saw more classic cars parked on the streets of Copenhagen than in any other big Nordic city I’ve been to. Rare, common, expensive, and budget-friendly; there’s something for everyone in the Danish capital.
The Opel GT pictured below was one of the first vintage cars I spotted during the trip. The body kit certainly won’t suit everyone, but this is an undeniably clean example of a car that’s all but disappeared from the automotive landscape.