Opel is bringing a bunch of its biggest fans together to celebrate the automaker.

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At the event in Oschersleben, Germany, it will unveil one of the strangest vans we've seen in some time.

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Opel on Friday unveiled its "O-Team" Zafira Life van.     

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If the name and the general aesthetics don't give it away, the van is a tribute to the A-Team's GMC Vandura from the 1980s A-Team television show.     

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The van carries a similar paint job to the A-Team's Vandura, with the exception of a changed-up color scheme that uses Opel's favorite hues.   

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Underneath is an Opel Zafira Life van, which isn't offered in the US.

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That bright-green strip really pops in pictures.

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A 20-inch BBS alloy wheel hangs out at each corner, wrapped in aggressive Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

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Behind the front wheels is a set of 15-inch brake rotors.

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There's a set of sport seats from the Opel Insignia GSi up front, while the second and third rows get rotating captain's chairs wrapped in leather and Alcantara suede.     

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The weirdest part about being inside the van, though, is that the speakers will deceive you into believing there's a V8 under the hood (there isn't -- it's just a 2.0-liter diesel I4).    

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