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    • Automobile

      A car is a wheeled, self-powered motor vehicle used for transportation and a product of the automotive industry. Most definitions of the term specify that cars are designed to run primarily on roads, to have seating for one to eight people, to typically have four wheels with tyres, and to be constructed principally for ... Automobiles


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    • 1920s

    • The 1920s (pronounced “nineteen-twenties”, commonly abbreviated as the "Twenties") was a decade of the Gregorian calendar that began on January 1, 1920, and ended on December 31, 1929. In North America, it is frequently referred to as the “Roaring Twenties” or the “Jazz Age”, while in Euro ... Read »


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    • 1920

    • 1920 (MCMXX) was a leap year starting on Thursday (dominical letter DC) of the Gregorian calendar and a leap year starting on Wednesday (dominical letter ED) of the Julian calendar, the 1920th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 920th year of the 2nd millennium, the 20th year of the ... Read »


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    • 1929

    • 1929 (MCMXXIX) was a common year starting on Tuesday (dominical letter F) of the Gregorian calendar, the 1929th year of the Common Era (CE) and Anno Domini (AD) designations, the 929th year of the 2nd millennium, the 29th year of the 20th century, and the 10th and last year of the 1920s decade. This year marked ... Read »


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    • Cars introduced in 1925

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    • Vintage car

    • A vintage car is, in the most general sense, an old automobile, and in the narrower senses of car enthusiasts and collectors, it is a car from the period of 1919 to 1930. Such enthusiasts have categorization schemes for ages of cars that enforce distinctions between antique cars, vintage cars, classic cars, and so on. ... Read »


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    • Adler Standard 8

    • The Adler Standard 8 is a large passenger car introduced in 1928 by the Frankfurt auto-maker, Adler. It was a big eight cylinder “limousine” (saloon) closely modelled on the manufacturer’s Standard 6 which had first appeared in public in October 1926. However the Standard 8 had a longer 3,325 mm (130. ... Read »


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    • Ajax (American automobile)

    • Ajax (American automobile)

      See also: Ajax (1906 automobile) - Swiss car; Ajax (1913 automobile) - French car; or Ajax (1921 automobile) - American car. The Ajax was an American automobile brand manufactured by the Nash Motors Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 1925 and 1926. The Ajax was produced in the newly acquired Mitchell Motors Company pla ... Read »


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    • ALFA 15/20 HP


    • ALFA 40/60 HP


    • Alfa Romeo 6C

    • Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 CM
      Alfa Romeo 6C 3000 PR

      The Alfa Romeo 6C name was used on road, race, and sports cars produced between 1927 and 1954 by Alfa Romeo; the "6C" name refers to six cylinders of the car's straight-six engine. Bodies for these cars were made by coachbuilders such as James Young, Zagato, Touring, Castagna, and Pininfarina. Starting from 1933 there ... Read »


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    • ALFA 20/30 HP


    • Alfa Romeo G1

    • Alfa Romeo G1

      The Alfa Romeo G1 was the first all-new design from Alfa Romeo after the end of the A.L.F.A. brand. Giuseppe Merosi, while engaged in a legal dispute with Nicola Romeo regarding the brand takeover conditions, designed the update for the prewar 24HP into the revised 20/30ES and the new luxury G1. The chassis was lengeth ... Read »


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    • Alfa Romeo RL

    • Alfa Romeo RL

      The Alfa Romeo RL was produced between 1922-1927. It was Alfa's first sport model after World War I. The car was designed in 1921 by Giuseppe Merosi. It had a straight-6 engine with overhead valves. Three different versions were made: Normale, Turismo and Sport. RL total production was 2640. The RLTF (Targa Florio) was ... Read »


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    • Alfa Romeo RM

    • Alfa Romeo RM

      Alfa Romeo RM was produced between 1923–1925, it was based on RL model. Car was introduced first time in 1923 Paris Motor Show and total production was around 500 cars. RM had 2.0 L straight-4 engine, which produced between 40 bhp (30 kW) to 48 bhp (36 kW). As most of Alfa Romeo cars this was also used ... Read »


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    • Amilcar CGS

    • Amilcar CGS

      The Amilcar CGS Grand Sport was a popular inter war lightweight sports car, manufactured by the French automobile maker Amilcar between 1923 and 1925. A response to the successful Salmson VAL3 series, the "C Grand Sport" was developed from the Amilcar C. The CGS had a longer, more rigid chassis, and improved brakes in ... Read »


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    • Apperson

    • The Apperson was a brand of American automobile manufactured from 1901 to 1926 in Kokomo, Indiana. The company was founded by the brothers Edgar and Elmer Apperson shortly after they left Haynes-Apperson; for a time they continued to use a FR layoutont-mounted flat-twin engine, following it with a horizontal four. ... Read »


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    • Auburn 8-Eighty-Eight Sedan


    • Audi Type C

    • Audi Type C

      The Audi Type C was introduced in 1912. It became popular with the German people and Army, being brought back into production for a couple of years after the war. Its performance, handling and reliability along with rally successes greatly raised Audi's profile, and the Type C was a commercial success. 1,116 cars were ... Read »


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    • Audi Type D

    • The Audi Type D was introduced in 1911. The vehicle had a four-cylinder in-line engine with 4.7 litres of displacement. It developed 45 PS over a four-speed countershaft gearbox and a propeller shaft, which drove the rear wheels. The car had a ladder frame and two leaf-sprung solid axles. The Type D was available as a ... Read »


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    • Audi Type E

    • Audi Type E

      The Audi Type E was a passenger car introduced by Audi in 1913. It was the largest pre-war car from Audi. The vehicle had a four-cylinder two-block in-line engine with 5,699 cc of displacement. It developed over a four-speed countershaft gearbox and a propeller shaft, which drove the rear wheels. The claimed maximum o ... Read »


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    • Audi Type G

    • The Audi Type G is a passenger car produced by Audi between 1914 and 1923. It is Audi's smallest and least powerful pre-war car. The vehicle had a four-cylinder two-block in-line engine with 2,084 cc of displacement with which developed a maximum of 22 PS (16 kW; 22 hp) at 1900 rpm. Power was transmitted to t ... Read »


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    • Audi Type K

    • The Audi Type K was a car introduced by Audi at the Berlin Motor Show in September 1921. Since the end of the war Audi had till now produced only cars of pre-war design, so that the Type K was the first post-war Audi design to be offered. The Type K entered production in 1922 and was withdrawn in 1925, by which time th ... Read »


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    • Audi Type M

    • Audi Type M

      The Audi Type M was a large, well constructed, reliable, fast and very expensive car first presented at the Berlin Motor Show in 1923 and produced by Audi between 1924 and 1927. The vehicle had a six-cylinder in-line engine with 4,655 cc of displacement. The engine incorporated several innovative features including ov ... Read »


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    • Audi Type R

    • Audi Type R

      The Audi Type R was a large, well-constructed, reliable, fast and expensive car produced by Audi between 1928 and 1932 as a successor to the Audi Type M. The Type R closely resembled the predecessor model, which had been perceived as too expensive. In reality the Type R was a little smaller than the Type M, its specif ... Read »


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    • Audi Type SS

    • Audi Type SS

      The Audi Type SS was a large, eight-cylinder-powered sedan/saloon car introduced by Audi in 1929 in succession to the Type R "Imperator". Jørgen Skafte Rasmussen, the Danish-born entrepreneurial industrialist who had purchased Audi-Werke in 1928, had previously, in 1927, purchased the manufacturing plant of the ban ... Read »


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    • Austin 7

    • Austin 7

      The Austin 7 is an economy car that was produced from 1922 until 1939 in the United Kingdom by Austin. Nicknamed the "Baby Austin" it was at that time one of the most popular cars produced for the British market and sold well abroad. Its effect on the British market was similar to that of the Model T Ford in the US, re ... Read »


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    • Austin 12

    • Austin 12

      The Austin Twelve is a motor car that was introduced by Austin in 1921. It was the second of Herbert Austin's post World War I models and was in many ways a scaled-down version of his Austin Twenty, introduced in 1919. The slower than expected sales of the Twenty brought about this divergence from his intended one-mode ... Read »


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    • Austin 16

    • Austin 16

      see detail in text most popular: tourer—Open Road The Austin Sixteen Light Six is a British car that was made by Austin from 1927. Announced in October 1927, the first deliveries were planned for March 1928. To distinguish the car from the smaller engined models in the range a plated Austin Six script was fixed ... Read »


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    • Austin Automobile Company

    • Austin Automobile Company

      The Austin was a brass era American automobile manufactured in Grand Rapids, Michigan from 1901 to 1921. The company, founded by James E. Austin and his son Walter Austin, built large, expensive and powerful touring cars with an unusual double cantilever rear spring arrangement placing the rear wheels behind (sometimes ... Read »


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    • Austin Twenty

    • Austin Twenty

      Austin Twenty is a large car that was introduced by Austin after the end of the First World War in April 1919 and continued in production until 1930. After the Austin 20/6 model was introduced in 1927, the first model was referred to as the Austin 20/4. Before 1919 Austins had been expensive prestige cars. In the 1920 ... Read »


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    • Barley Motor Car Co.

    • Barley Motor Car Co. was a manufacturer of automobiles in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Streator, Illinois. It manufactured the Roamer automobile (1916–29) and, briefly, the Barley (1922–24), and the Pennant (1924–25). In 1913, Albert C. Barley bought the assets of the Streator Motor Car Company, which was p ... Read »


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    • Barré (automobile)


    • Bell Motor Car Company

    • Bell Motor Cars Company was an American automobile company, based in York, Pennsylvania. They were also built under license in Barrie, Ontario. Unrelated cars named Bell were built in England (1905-1914) and France (1923-1925). Bell, an assembler rather than a manufacturer, offered light cars with a Herschell-Spillman ... Read »


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    • Bentley 3 Litre

    • Bentley 3 Litre

      The Bentley 3 Litre was a car based on a chassis manufactured by Bentley. The company's first car, it was introduced in 1919 and the chassis was made available to customers' coachbuilders from 1921 to 1929. The Bentley was larger than the Bugattis that dominated racing at the time, but strength and innovative technolog ... Read »


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    • Bentley 4½ Litre


    • Bentley Blower No.1

    • Bentley Blower No.1
      Brooklands Battleship

      Bentley Blower No.1 is a racing car developed from the Bentley 4½ Litre by Sir Henry "Tim" Birkin to win the Le Mans twenty-four-hour race. The car was developed into its current form for racing at Brooklands. In June 2012, the car was sold by Bonhams for £5,042,000 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, making it t ... Read »


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    • Bentley Speed Six

    • Bentley Speed Six

      The regular Bentley 6½ Litre and the high-performance Bentley Speed Six were sports and luxury cars based on Bentley rolling chassis in production from 1926 to 1930. The Speed Six, introduced in 1928, would become the most successful racing Bentley. Two Bentley Speed Sixes became known as the Blue Train Bentleys aft ... Read »


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    • Benz 10/30 PS


    • Birmingham Motors

    • Birmingham Motors was a United States based automobile company. Organized in 1920, it was tentatively in business only from 1921 through 1923. The Birmingham offered a number of unusual features, including a type of swing axle suspension and exterior finishes of DuPont Fabrikoid instead of paint. Failure to generate ... Read »


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    • Blériot-Whippet


    • Bour-Davis

    • The Bour-Davis was an American automobile manufactured from 1916 until 1922. The car took its name from two of the founders of the company; Robert C Davis and Charles J Bour. Production of the car was started in Detroit, before moving to Frankfort, Indiana, in 1918. A distinctive feature of the Model 17 and Model 18B c ... Read »


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    • Bugatti Royale

    • Bugatti Royale

      The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is a large luxury car built from 1927 to 1933 with a 4.3 m (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighs approximately 3,175 kg (7,000 lb) and uses a 12.763 litre (778 cu in) straight-eight engine. For comparison, against the ... Read »


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    • Bugatti Type 13

    • The Type 13 was the first true Bugatti car. Production of the Type 13 and later Types 15, 17, 22, and 23, began with the company's founding in 1910 and lasted through 1920 with 435 examples produced. Most road cars used an eight-valve engine, though five Type 13 racers had 16-valve heads, some of the first ever produce ... Read »


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    • Chalmers Automobile

    • Chalmers Automobile

      Chalmers Motor Company was an American automobile company located in Detroit, Michigan. It was named after Hugh Chalmers of the National Cash Register Company. Like Maxwell the brand is now owned by Chrysler. The Chalmers was formed when Hugh Chalmers bought out the interests of ER Thomas in the Thomas-Detroit com ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Series AA Capitol


    • Chevrolet Series AB National


    • Chevrolet Series AC International


    • Chevrolet Series FB

    • The Chevrolet Series FB (or Chevrolet FB) is an American vehicle manufactured by Chevrolet from 1919 to 1922. It was a slightly larger replacement to the 1918 Chevrolet Series FA, sitting on a wheelbase of 110 in (2,794 mm) compared to 108 in (2,743 mm). It was replaced by the 1923 Chevrolet Superior. The ... Read »


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    • Chevrolet Superior

    • Chevrolet Superior

      The Chevrolet Superior was launched in 1923, manufactured by Chevrolet for four years with a different series per year. The 1923 model was known as the Series B, the 1924 model was the Series F, for 1925 it was known as the Series K and the 1926 Superior was known as the Series V. It was replaced in 1927 by the Series ... Read »


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    • Chic (automobile)

    • Chic was an automobile manufactured in the Adelaide suburb of Millswood in the early 1920s. The name was a word-play on the name of the designer, Clarence Chick. Production numbers were small and only a few cars are known to have survived, including two at the Australian National Motor Museum at Birdwood in the Adelaid ... Read »


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    • Chrysler Imperial

    • Chrysler Imperial

      The Chrysler Imperial, introduced in 1926, was Chrysler's top of the line vehicle for much of its history. Models were produced with the Chrysler name until 1954, and again from 1990 to 1993. The company positioned the cars as a prestige marque to rival Cadillac, Lincoln, and Packard. According to a feature article in ... Read »


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    • Citroën Type B12


    • Coats Steam Car

    • The Coats Steamer was an American steam automobile promotion by George A. Coats. A corporation was formed and perhaps two prototypes were assembled. Five incrementally different designs were described. The first was by a "Norwegian engineer" and used two three-cylinder radial engines on the rear axle, one powering each ... Read »


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    • Crow-Elkhart (automobile company)

    • The Crow-Elkhart was an American automobile manufactured from 1909 until 1924 by the Crow-Elkhart Motor Company of Elkhart, Indiana, founded by Martin E. Crow. The company manufactured both four and six cylinder models. After World War I, Crow-Elkhart used Gray victory engines in some of its cars. In 1922, the company ... Read »


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    • Cyklon

    • Cyklon was a German make of car produced from 1902 to 1931. It was primarily noted for its unique three-wheeled design. The three-wheeled Cyklon Cyklonette was made for 1902. It was a three-wheeler with a single wheel in the front to steer, and to provide propulsion from a 450 cc one-cylinder engine mounted direct ... Read »


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    • Daniels Motor Company

    • Daniels Motor Company was a pioneer brass era American automobile company, founded in 1916 by George E. Daniels (formerly of GM) in Reading, Pennsylvania. With custom coachwork, the Daniels was a bespoke car, built to order, offering a proprietary narrow-angle V8 as standard equipment, for a price (in 1922) of US$7,45 ... Read »


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    • De Dion-Bouton

    • De Dion–Bouton

      De Dion-Bouton was a French automobile manufacturer and railcar manufacturer operating from 1883 to 1932. The company was founded by the Marquis Jules-Albert de Dion, Georges Bouton, and Bouton's brother-in-law Charles Trépardoux. The company was formed after de Dion in 1881 saw a toy locomotive in a store window a ... Read »


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    • Derby (automobile)

    • Derby

      Derby (DAR-bi) is a former vintage era automobile maker based in Courbevoie, Seine, France. Derby was founded in Courbevoie by Bertrand Montet in 1921 to build voiturettes (cyclecars). These were powered by American vee-twin motorcycle engines, which were shortly replaced with Chapuis-Dorniers. In this form, it b ... Read »


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    • DeSoto (automobile)

    • DeSoto

      DeSoto (sometimes De Soto) is an American automobile marque that was manufactured and marketed by the DeSoto Division of the Chrysler Corporation from 1928 to the 1961 model year. The De Soto marque was officially dropped November 30, 1960, with over two million vehicles built since 1928. The DeSoto make was found ... Read »


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    • Diana Motors Company

    • The Diana Motors Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company. The company produced automobiles from 1925 to 1928. The St. Louis based company was a subsidiary of the Moon Motor Car company. The Diana featured a Continental straight-8 engine and was primarily marketed to women. The car was bille ... Read »


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    • Doble steam car

    • The Doble steam Car was an American steam car maker from 1909-1931. Their latter models of steam car, with fast firing boiler and electric start, were considered the pinnacle of steam car development. The term "Doble steam car" comprises any of several makes of steam-powered automobile in the early 20th century, includ ... Read »


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    • Dodge Fast Four

    • Dodge Fast Four

      The Dodge Fast Four was a model from Dodge from 1927-1928. It came in two types, series 128 and 129. 212.3CID 1-bbl. L-head I4 In 1927, the Dodge Fast Four was the new mid-level car from Dodge. The Fast Four looked similar to earlier 4-cylinder Dodges, but, the body was more rounded. Standard equipment included a spe ... Read »


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    • Duesenberg Model A

    • Duesenberg Model A

      The Duesenberg Model A was the first automobile in series production to have hydraulic brakes and the first automobile in series production in the United States with a straight-eight engine. Officially known as the Duesenberg Straight Eight, the Model A was first shown in late 1920 in New York City. Production was dela ... Read »


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    • Duesenberg Model J

    • Duesenberg Model J

      The Duesenberg Model J is a luxury automobile made by Duesenberg. Intended to compete with the most luxurious and powerful cars in the world, it was introduced in 1928, the year before the stock market crash that led to the Great Depression. The Model J, available with a supercharger after 1932, was sold until 1937. ... Read »


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    • Erskine (automobile)

    • The Erskine was an American automobile brand produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana, United States, from 1926 to 1930. The marque was named after Albert Russel Erskine (1871–1933), Studebaker's president at the time. During his term as president, Erskine encouraged Studebaker engineers to d ... Read »


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    • Essex (automobile)

    • The Essex was a brand of automobile produced by the Essex Motor Company between 1918 and 1922 and by Hudson Motor Company of Detroit, Michigan between 1922 and 1933. During its production run, the Essex was considered a small car and was affordably priced. The Essex is generally credited with starting a trend away ... Read »


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    • Fiat 70

    • Fiat 70

      The Fiat 70 was a car produced by Italian car manufacturer Fiat between 1915 and 1920. The 70 used a 2-liter straight-four engine producing 21 hp and capable of a top speed of 70 km/h (43 mph). Around a thousand of this model were produced, with almost all going to the Italian army. The car was quite advanced ... Read »


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    • Fiat 501

    • Fiat 501

      The Fiat 501 is a car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1926. The 501 was Fiat's first model after World War I. Fiat introduced the S and SS sports versions of the 501 in 1921. Fiat produced 47,600 501s in total. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 502

    • Fiat 502

      The Fiat 502 is a car produced by Fiat between 1923 and 1926. The 502 was more expensive and bigger variant of the 501. 20000 were produced. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 503

    • Fiat 503

      The Fiat 503 is a car produced by Fiat between 1926 and 1927. The 503 was based on the Fiat 501, with modified suspension and brakes. The company produced 42,000 examples of the 503. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 505

    • Fiat 505

      The Fiat 505 is a passenger car produced by Fiat between 1919 and 1925. The 505 was based on the same basic design as the four cylinder Fiat 501, but with a larger engine and bigger exterior dimensions. With a 2296 cc (30 hp) engine, the car could reach a top speed of 80 kilometres per hour (50 mph). 30,000 exam ... Read »


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    • Fiat 507

    • Fiat 507

      The Fiat 507 is a passenger car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat between 1926-1927. The car was developed from the 505 model, with a modified suspension and brakes. Fiat produced 3,700 507's during its production run. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 509

    • Fiat 509

      The Fiat 509 was a model of car produced by Italian automotive manufacturer Fiat between 1925 and 1929 as a replacement for the 501. Approximately 90,000 of the model were sold. In 1926 the car was upgraded to the 509A. For 1928, the 509 was offered with standard insurance, also. In addition to as the standard car, th ... Read »


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    • Fiat 510

    • Fiat 510

      The Fiat 510 is a passenger car produced by Fiat between 1920-1925. It was made similar way than smaller 501 and 505 Fiats. Starting from 1920 was made sport version 510 S with more powerful engine and shorter chassis. The car was produced around 14,000 examples. Fiat 510 Series1 1919 ... Read »


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    • Fiat 512

    • Fiat 512

      The Fiat 512 is a passenger car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat between 1926 and 1928. The car was developed from 510 with modified suspension and brakes. It was produced 2600 examples. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 514

    • Fiat 514

      The Fiat 514 is a model of car produced by the Italian automotive company, Fiat between 1929 and 1932. 36,970 cars were produced in total. Fiat 514 MM 1930 Fiat 514 S 1929 Fiat 514 Sedan 1929 Fiat 514 Van LWB 1929 Fiat 514 L ... Read »


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    • Fiat 519

    • Fiat 519

      The Fiat 519 was a model of car produced by Italian automotive company, Fiat between 1922 and 1927. 2411 were produced in total. Approximately 25 known worldwide of which one is a genuine 519S and three others are shortened 519s. Three have the pointed 519S radiator and the other two are flat. ... Read »


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    • Fiat 520

    • Fiat 520

      The Fiat 520 is the name of two different Fiat models produced during the 1920s. Fiat's first entrant in the luxury car market, the 520 "Superfiat" was equipped with a V12 engine of 6,805 cc that produced an estimated 90 bhp. For several years in the early 1920s, the Superfiat was the only car in the world offered ... Read »


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    • Fiat 521

    • Fiat 521

      The Fiat 521 is a passenger car produced by Fiat between 1928 and 1931. The 521 was derived from its predecessor model, the Fiat 520, but with a bigger engine and chassis. The 521C was a shorter variant. This car was produced outside Italy, most notably at the Fiat-NSU plant in Heilbronn, starting in 1930, setting Fiat ... Read »


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    • Fiat 525

    • Fiat 525

      The Fiat 525 is a passenger car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Fiat between 1928 and 1931. The 525 was a larger successor to the Fiat 512. The 525 was modified a year after it began production and renamed the 525N. A sport variant, the 525SS, had a more powerful engine and a shorter chassis. Fiat produced ... Read »


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    • Ford Model T


    • Franklin (automobile)

    • Franklin Automobile Company

      Coordinates: 43°02′41″N 76°10′18″W / 43.044802°N 76.171557°W / 43.044802; -76.171557 The Franklin Automobile Company was an American manufacturer of automobiles in the United States between 1902 and 1934 in Syracuse, New York. Herbert H. Franklin founded the H. H. Fra ... Read »


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    • Friend (automobile)

    • The Friend was an automobile manufactured in Pontiac, Michigan by the Friend Motors Corporation in 1920. Otis Friend had taken over the Olympian Motor Company in 1920, and manufactured that car until the car named after himself was ready. The Friend was shown at the New York Automobile Show in January 1921, featured a ... Read »


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    • Full-size Ford

    • Full-size Ford is the popular term for a long-running line of Ford vehicles which have been produced in North America with a large degree of similarity since the Model T in 1908, up to the Crown Victoria, which ceased production in late 2011. The term full-size does not necessarily indicate it was large relative to its ... Read »


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    • Geronimo Motor Company

    • Geronimo was a pioneer vintage era American automobile, built at 409 South Grand in Enid, Oklahoma, between 1917 and 1920. It was what would today be called an "assembled car", relying on proprietary parts from outside suppliers. In addition, the company made tractors. The Geronimo Motor Company was founded in 1917 by ... Read »


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    • Graham-Paige 835

    • The Graham-Paige 835 introduced at the New York Automobile Show in January 1928 was the largest of that year's Graham-Paige range. It was powered by a 120 bhp, 5279 cc straight eight-cylinder L-head engine bought in from Continental. The transmission was a Warner Gear four-speed unit with first intended only as a ... Read »


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    • Grant (automobile)

    • The Grant Motor Co was a United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1913 to 1922. The company was based in Findlay, Ohio. The company produced several thousand four and six cylinder automobiles and even exported cars to England as the Whiting-Grant. In 1916, the five passenger Tourin ... Read »


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    • Haynes Automobile Company

    • Automobile Manufacturing Industry Automotive Genre sedan, coupe and roadster Founded 1905 Founder Edgar Apperson, Elmer Apperson and Elwood Haynes Defunct 1924 Headquarters Kokomo, Howard County, Indiana, United States
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    • Haynes Automobile Company

      The Haynes Automobile Company was a United States automobile manufacturing company that produced automobiles in Kokomo, Indiana, from 1905 to 1924. The company was formerly known as the Haynes-Apperson company, and produced automobiles under that name from 1896 to 1905. Co-founder Elwood Haynes changed the name of the ... Read »


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    • Heine-Velox

    • Heine-Velox was a large, expensive luxury car made by Gustav Heine. Heine Piano Company was originally Bruenn Piano Company before Heine became owner. All were based in San Francisco. Gustav Otto Ludolf Heine was born near Boizenburg, Germany, in 1868, and emigrated to the United States in 1873 with his parents an ... Read »


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    • Hillman 14

    • Hillman 14

      Track The Hillman Fourteen is a medium-sized 4-cylinder car announced by Hillman's managing director Spencer Wilks, a son-in-law of William Hillman, at the end of September 1925. This new Fourteen substantially increased Hillman's market share and remained on sale into 1931. During this time it was the main product of ... Read »


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    • Hispano-Suiza H6

    • Hispano-Suiza H6

      The Hispano-Suiza H6 is a luxury car that was produced by Hispano-Suiza, mostly in France. Introduced at the 1919 Paris Motor Show, the H6 was produced until 1933. Roughly 2,350 H6, H6B, and H6C cars were produced in total. The H6 engine featured a straight-six engine inspired by designer Marc Birkigt's work on ai ... Read »


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    • HP (car)

    • The HP was a British three-wheeled cyclecar made from 1926 to 1928 by Hilton-Peacey (possibly Pacey) Motors of Woking, Surrey. Most cars used an air-cooled 500 cc single-cylinder JAP engine but one had a larger 600 cc version and another two 500 cc Dunelt 2 strokes and three 500 cc Vulpine overhead valve e ... Read »


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    • Iris (car)

    • Iris was a British car brand that was manufactured from 1906-1925 by Legros & Knowles Ltd in Willesden, London and Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire. The Iris Motor Co, was established at Holland St, Brixton, London,in 1902. It made motorcycles until 1904 and later the Iris car. Lucien Alphonse Legros (1866-1933), O.B.E ... Read »


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    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8

    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8

      The Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 is an Italian luxury car made between 1919 and 1924. The Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8 is an automobile introduced in 1919 by Isotta Fraschini, a company which underwent a complete change after World War I. Until that time building a wide variety of models, the company adopted a single-series ... Read »


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    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A

    • Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A

      The Isotta Fraschini 8A was a car manufactured by Isotta Fraschini, successor to the Tipo 8 model with a new 7.3 litre straight-eight engine to replace the 5.9 litre unit used in the previous model. This new engine could produce 115–160 brake horsepower (86–119 kW). This was the most powerful mass-produced ... Read »


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    • Jackson Automobile Company

    • Jackson Automobile Company

      The Jackson Automobile Company was an American Brass Era automobile manufacturer located in and named for Jackson, Michigan. The company produced the Jackson from 1903 to 1923, as well as the 1903 Jaxon steam car and the 1904 Orlo. The three main partners in the 1902 incorporation of the Jackson Automobile Company ... Read »


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    • Jordan Motor Car Company

    • Jordan Motor Car Company

      The Jordan Motor Car Company was founded in 1916 in Cleveland, Ohio by Edward S. "Ned" Jordan, a former advertising executive from Thomas B. Jeffery Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin. The factory produced what were known as "assembled cars" until 1931, using components from other manufacturers. Jordan cars were noted more ... Read »


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    • Kissel Motor Car Company

    • Kissel Motor Car Company

      The Kissel Motor Car Company was an American automobile and truck manufacturing company founded by Louis Kissel and his sons, George and William, on June 5, 1906 in Hartford, Wisconsin. The company custom built high-quality automobiles, hearses, fire trucks, taxicabs, and trucks from their plant at 123 Kissel Avenue, H ... Read »


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    • Kline Kar

    • The Kline Kar was an American automobile built first in York, Pennsylvania, (1910-1912), and then in Richmond, Virginia, (1912-1923). Sometimes the car was just referred to as a Kline. James A. Kline moved to York to work on a car that at the time was known as the York, but soon became the Pullman. After leaving that ... Read »


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    • Lancia Dikappa

    • Lancia Dikappa

      The Lancia Dikappa is a passenger car produced by Lancia between 1921 and 1922. It was a factory-offered sport version of the Kappa model, with overhead valves and a lighter body. 160 were made in the two years of production. The Dikappa's Tipo 66 inline-four engine was based on the Kappa's Tipo 64, but had two parall ... Read »


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    • Lancia Dilambda

    • Lancia Dilambda

      The Lancia Dilambda is a passenger car produced by Lancia between 1928 and 1935. The car was officially presented in Paris Motor Show in 1929. The car has 4 litre V8 engine with 24 degree V angle. Three versions of the Dilambda were built: ... Read »


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    • Lancia Lambda


    • Lancia Trikappa

    • Lancia Trikappa

      The Lancia Trikappa is a passenger car produced by Lancia between 1922 and 1925. It was a luxury car, the flagship of Lancia's production. The Trikappa 4.5-litre V8 is notable as the first of Lancia's narrow V engines, a distinguishing feature the manufacturer only abandoned in the 1970s. The car was offered as a bare ... Read »


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    • Lexington (automobile)

    • The Lexington was an automobile manufactured in Connersville, Indiana, from 1910 to 1927. From the beginning, Lexingtons, like most other Indiana-built automobiles, were assembled cars, built with components from many different suppliers. The Thoroughbred Six and Minute Man Six were popular Lexington models. The L ... Read »


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    • Lorraine-Dietrich


    • Marks-Moir car

    • The Marks-Moir car evolved through several iterations between 1921 and 1935. It was initially a collaboration between Dr A.R. Marks and W. Moir who designed an unconventional, chassis-less car to be manufactured in Australia. The original design was built in England in 1922. It was a two-seater that featured a body mad ... Read »


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    • Marlborough (Anglo-French car)

    • The Marlborough was a make of car sold on the British market between 1906 and 1926. For most of its life the cars were made by Malicet et Blin in France, but after World War I they were partially assembled (finished) in London and an increasing number of British parts used. The first cars were probably supplied co ... Read »


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    • Marlborough-Thomas

    • The Marlborough-Thomas (possibly a.k.a. Marlborough) was a British car manufactured in a garage at Brooklands, Weybridge, Surrey between 1923 and 1924. It was a joint venture between T.B. André and J. G. Parry-Thomas from Wales, but only a handful of cars were made. The 1493 cc four-cylinder engine had leaf ... Read »


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    • Maxwell automobile

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    • Maxwell Motor Company

      The Maxwell was a brand of automobiles manufactured in the United States of America from about 1904 to 1925. The present-day successor to the Maxwell company is Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Maxwell automobile production began under the Maxwell-Briscoe Company of Tarrytown, New York. The company was named after found ... Read »


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    • McLaughlin (automobile)

    • The McLaughlin Motor Car Company was a Canadian manufacturer of automobiles, headquartered in Oshawa, Ontario. In 1869 Robert McLaughlin started up the McLaughlin Carriage Company in a blacksmith's shop in Enniskillen, a small village located 20 kilometres (12 mi) north east of Oshawa. The company began making ... Read »


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    • Mercedes 15/70/100 PS


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    • Mercedes-Benz SSK

    • Mercedes-Benz SSK

      The Mercedes-Benz SSK is a roadster built by German automobile manufacturer Mercedes-Benz between 1928 and 1932. Its name is an abbreviation of Super Sport Kurz, German for "Super Sport Short", as it was a short wheelbase development of the earlier Mercedes-Benz S Class. The SSK's extreme performance and numerous compe ... Read »


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    • Mercedes-Benz W02

    • Mercedes-Benz W02

      The Mercedes-Benz W02 was a midsize six-cylinder two-litre-engined automobile introduced by Daimler-Benz at the Berlin Motor Show in October 1926. It was developed in some haste under the manufacturer’s Technical Director, Ferdinand Porsche in parallel with the smaller Mercedes-Benz W 01 (which never progressed be ... Read »


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    • Mercedes-Benz W03

    • The Mercedes-Benz W03 was a large six-cylinder-engined automobile introduced as the Mercedes-Benz 12/55 PS and, initially, as the Mercedes-Benz Typ 300, by Daimler-Benz at the Berlin Motor Show in October 1926. It was developed in some haste under the manufacturer’s Technical Director, Ferdinand Porsche in paralle ... Read »


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    • Mercedes-Benz W08

    • Mercedes-Benz W08

      The Mercedes-Benz Nürburg 460 was introduced in Autumn 1928,Mercedes-Benz's first eight-cylinder passenger car. Designated model W 08 was by the factory, it remained in production with various modifications and upgrades until the later summer of 1939, the longest lived Mercedes-Benz model of the 1920s and 1930s. ... Read »


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    • Mercedes-Benz W11

    • Mercedes-Benz W11

      The Mercedes-Benz W11 was a midsize six-cylinder automobile introduced by Daimler-Benz it 1929. It was developed from the Mercedes-Benz W02 first seen in 1926, and the W11 shared its chassis and bodywork with the W02, but the W11 came with a larger more powerful engine, a new name and a wider list of “standard bod ... Read »


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    • MG 14/28


    • Mitchell (automobile)

    • Mitchell Motor Car Company

      Mitchell-Lewis Motor Company was founded in 1900 in Racine, Wisconsin as a motorcycle maker spin-off from the wagon maker Mitchell & Lewis Company Ltd. The company began manufacturing automobiles in 1903. The wagon business and auto companies were combined into Mitchell-Lewis Motor Co. in 1910. The Mitchell car brand p ... Read »


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    • Mitsubishi Model A

    • Mitsubishi Model A

      The Mitsubishi Model A is the only car built by the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company, a member of the Mitsubishi keiretsu which would eventually evolve into Mitsubishi Motors, and the first series production automobile manufactured in Japan. It was the brainchild of Koyata Iwasaki, the Mitsubishi's fourth president and ... Read »


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    • Moon Motor Car

    • Moon Motor Car Company

      Moon Motor Car Company (1905 - 1930) was an American automobile company that was located in St. Louis, Missouri. The company had a venerable reputation among the buying public, as it was known for fully assembled, easily affordable mid-level cars using high-quality parts. Often this meant the manufacturing process requ ... Read »


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    • Morris Cowley

    • Morris Cowley

      Morris Cowley was a name given to various cars produced by Morris from 1915 to 1958. 8' 6" 102 in (2,590.8 mm) The Continental Cowley, shown to the press in April 1915, was a larger engined (1495 cc against 1018 cc), longer, wider and better equipped version of the first Morris Oxford with the same "B ... Read »


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    • Morris Oxford bullnose


    • Morris Oxford flatnose

    • Morris Oxford flatnose

      The "flatnose" Morris Oxford is a series of motor car models produced by Morris of the United Kingdom from 1926 to 1930. Introduced as a replacement for the Morris Oxford bullnose, the "flatnose" Oxford models featured more traditional styling. The distinctive bullnose radiator was dropped in 1926 in an updated ve ... Read »


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    • Morris Oxford Six

    • Morris Oxford Six

      Morris Oxford Six is a motor car produced by Morris of the United Kingdom from 1921 to 1926, and again from 1929 to 1935. Initially produced as a straight-six engined version of the Morris Oxford bullnose, the original Oxford Six was the first car produced by Morris with a six-cylinder engine, but proved to be unreliab ... Read »


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    • Nash Ambassador

    • Nash Ambassador

      Ambassador was the model name applied to the senior line of Nash automobiles from 1932 until 1957. From 1958 until the end of the 1974 model year, the Ambassador was the product of American Motors Corporation (AMC), which continued to use the Ambassador model name on its top-of-the-line models, making it "one of the lo ... Read »


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    • Nash Motors

    • Nash Motors

      Nash Motors Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the United States from 1916 to 1937. From 1937 to 1954, Nash Motors was the automotive division of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. Nash production continued from 1954 to 1957 after the creation of American Motors Corporation. ... Read »


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    • Oakland Motor Car Company

    • Oakland

      The Oakland Motor Car Company of Pontiac, Michigan, was an American automobile manufacturer and division of the General Motors Corporation. Purchased by General Motors in 1909, the company continued to produce modestly priced automobiles until 1931 when it was renamed Pontiac. As originally conceived and introduce ... Read »


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    • Opel 8/40 PS


    • Opel 10/40 PS


    • Opel Laubfrosch

    • Opel Laubfrosch

      The Opel 4 PS, popularly known as the Laubfrosch (treefrog), is a small two-seater car introduced by the auto maker Opel early in 1924. Subsequently, various versions of the little Laubfrosch were produced until it was replaced by the Opel 1.2 litre. Initially introduced as the Opel 4/12 PS, and manufactured at Opelâ ... Read »


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    • Opel Regent

    • Opel Regent

      The Opel Regent is a luxury car from the German carmaker Opel introduced in November 1928 and available as a four-door limousine and two-door coupe. The official name was Opel 24/110 (24 Steuer-PS/110 PS nominal). The 5,400 mm (212.6 in) long Regent was available from 25,000 Reichsmark, and had an eight-cylin ... Read »


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    • Packard

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Coordinates: 42°22′47″N 83°01′44″W / 42.379617°N 83.028928°W / 42.379617; -83.028928 Packard was an American luxury automobile marque built by the Packard Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan, United States, and later by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation of South Be ... Read »


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  • Pennant (automobile)

  • The Pennant was an automobile make manufactured by the Barley Motor Car Co. in Kalamazoo, Michigan (1924–25). It also made the Roamer (1916–29) and the Barley automobiles (1922–24). The latter was intended as a less expensive companion car to the Roamer. After a reorganization the Roamer Motor Car Co. w ... Read »


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  • Peugeot 5CV

  • Peugeot 5CV

    Peugeot 5CV was a popular name for several models of the Peugeot Type 172 between 1925 and 1929. The first of the 5CV series was the Type 172 BC, itself a new model, though similar to the Quadrilette, which was still sold through 1924. The Type 172 BC carried over the 667 cc engine from the Quadrilette, but with po ... Read »


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  • Peugeot 201

  • Peugeot 201

    The Peugeot 201 is a car produced by Peugeot between 1929 and 1937. The car was manufactured at the company's Sochaux plant near the Swiss frontier, and is today celebrated in the adjacent . Although Peugeot had produced a petrol/gasoline-powered motor vehicle as early as 1886, the Peugeot 201 may reasonably be seen a ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Quadrilette

  • Peugeot Quadrilette

    Peugeot Quadrilette is the popular name for the Peugeot Type 161 and Peugeot Type 172 and associated models produced between 1921 and 1924. Peugeot created the Type 161 to reverse its financial woes following the First World War. It was a cheap, practical, very small economy car and was nicknamed the Quadrilette when ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 153

  • Peugeot Type 153

    The Peugeot Type 153 was a new model from Peugeot for 1913, made in various forms until 1925. The Type 153 (the colonial version was known as the Type 153 A and used a different chassis) was produced until 1916 and held popularity among French Army officers during the First World War. Its original 2.6 L four-cylind ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 156

  • Peugeot Type 156

    The Peugeot Type 156 was a large car announced in 1920 and produced between 1921 and 1923 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Sochaux plant. It was Peugeot’s first large car since before the First World War and its arrival recalled the which had ceased production in 1913. However, the 156 was larger and mor ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 163

  • Peugeot Type 163

    The Peugeot Type 163 and associated models were produced from 1919 to 1924 by Peugeot. The car's engine placed it in the 10HP class. Peugeot returned to passenger car production after the war slightly less rapidly than Paris based Renault and Citroën, both of which were quick of the mark with new entrants in the 10 ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 173

  • The Peugeot Type 173 is a mid-range car produced between 1922 and 1925 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Beaulieu plant. It replaced the company’s celebrated Type 163 which itself had done much to revive the company’s fortunes in the difficult years directly following the First World War. Many of the ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 174

  • Peugeot Type 174

    The Peugeot Type 174, also known at the time and normally advertised simply according to its fiscal horse power as the Peugeot 18HP, was a large, powerful sedan made by Peugeot from 1923 to 1926. The Type 174 S was made until 1926. The engine displaced 3828 cc, large and low-revving for a four-cylinder engine, and p ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 175

  • Peugeot Type 175

    The Peugeot Type 175 was a fairly large sports car from Peugeot produced in 1923 and 1924. This model was produced at the factory in Audincourt. The OHV engine, of the LA5 range, displaced 3.0 L (2951 cc, 180 cid) and it could reach 100 km/hr with a 4 speed gearbox. Only available with the "torpedo sport" o ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 176

  • Peugeot Type 176

    The Peugeot Type 176 was a top of the range car produced from 1925 to 1928 by the French auto manufacturer Peugeot. The car had a four-cylinder 2493 cc engine, which was a more modern design than earlier, and despite the low cylinder capacity, the car performed better than its predecessors. With this engine the car cou ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 177

  • Peugeot Type 177

    The Peugeot Type 177 B was a mid-range car produced between 1924 and 1929 by the French auto-maker Peugeot. With a fiscal horsepower of 10 CV, and a wheel base of 2670 mm, it competed in the same sector as the and Renault KZ. The car was derived from the Peugeot Type 173, from which it inherited its mechanical com ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 181

  • Peugeot Type 181

    The Peugeot Type 181, also known at the time and normally advertised simply according to its fiscal horse power as the Peugeot 11HP, was a mid-range car produced between 1925 and 1928 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Audincourt plant. The Type 181 was first presented in October 1924 at the 19th Paris Motor Sh ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 183

  • Peugeot Type 183

    The Peugeot Type 183 was a 2-litre six cylinder car produced between 1927 and 1931 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Audincourt plant. It was first exhibited at the Paris Motor Show in 1927, but cars only became available for sale in 1928. France would retain its position as Europe’s leading automobile pr ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 184

  • Peugeot Type 184

    The Peugeot Type 184 was a large car produced between 1928 and 1929 by the French auto-maker Peugeot at their Issy-les-Moulineaux plant. It represented an attempt to widen the range further upmarket, being larger than the Peugeot Type 174 which had itself been significantly upgraded in 1926. Its opulence was neverthele ... Read »


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  • Peugeot Type 190

  • Peugeot Type 190

    The Peugeot Type 190 S is a model of Peugeot produced between 1928 and 1931. The Type 190 was launched in late 1928 and sold alongside the lightweight Peugeot 5CV (itself based on the Quadrilette), a best-seller of the 1920s, which it was intended to replace. The Type 190 was also a small vehicle, but more traditional ... Read »


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  • Pilot (automobile)

  • There were at least three different cars called Pilot. There was a British car built 1909-1914 in London; a US car built 1909-1924 in Richmond, Indiana; and a German car built 1923-1925 in Werdau. The company who created this car started out as a driving and maintenance school. In 1909, they displayed a car with a ... Read »


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  • Automobiles Rally

  • Automobiles Rally

    Automobiles Rally was a small company which made sporting automobiles in Colombes, a northwestern suburb of Paris. The company traded from 1921 until 1933, but they did not manage to survive the Great Depression. Known for sporting and handsomely designed cars, Rally competed with other French cyclecar makers of the er ... Read »


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  • Renault GS

  • The Renault GS was a Mid-size car manufactured by Renault from 1920 to 1925. The GS and the similar Renault IG were cars in the 10CV class presented at the Mondial de l'Automobile in Paris in 1919 to replace the Type EF. ... Read »


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  • Renault KJ


  • Renault KZ

  • Renault KZ

    The Renault KZ was a mid-size car or large family car manufactured by Renault from 1923 to 1931. The KZ was the replacement of the Type GS and the Type IG and its intention was to be a rival of the Citroen Type C in the class called "populaires" (economic). The car had a 4-cylinder engine of 2120 cc, 33 cm larger t ... Read »


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  • Renault Monasix

  • Renault Monasix

    The Renault Monasix (Type RY) was an compact car or small family car automobile manufactured between 1927 and 1932 by Renault. The car was considered a commercial failure mainly because the engine was too small for the car's length and weight, which often led to problems in keeping the car under control. Renault e ... Read »


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  • Renault Monastella

  • Renault Monastella

    The Renault Monastella (Type RY1) was an compact luxury car manufactured between late 1928 and 1933 by Renault. It shared the mechanical elements and bodywork options of the Renault Monasix but was differentiated by superior levels of finish and equipment. The Monastella was a more luxurious version of the Monasix ... Read »


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  • Renault NN


  • Renault Type MT


  • Renault Vivasix

  • The Renault Vivasix was a full-size car manufactured by the French car company Renault between 1926 and 1930. In 1930 the Vivasix was replaced by the Vivastella. In 1927 Renault created two new models, one luxury and expensive called "Type RA" and a second, simpler model called "Type PG". The two models together were ... Read »


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  • Rochet-Schneider

  • Rochet-Schneider

    Rochet-Schneider was a French company, based in Lyons, that produced automobiles between 1894 and 1932. The Rochet-Schneider sales slogan was "strength, simplicity and silence". Like other motorcars of the Brass Era, the cars made by Rochet-Schneider were largely intended for wealthy hobbyists and made use of brass fi ... Read »


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  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I

  • Rolls-Royce Phantom I

    The Phantom was Rolls-Royce's replacement for the original Silver Ghost. Introduced as the New Phantom in 1925, the Phantom had a larger engine than the Silver Ghost and used pushrod-operated overhead valves instead of the Silver Ghost's side valves. The Phantom was built in Derby in England and in Springfield, Massach ... Read »


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  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

  • Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost

    The Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost name refers both to a car model and one specific car from that series. Originally named the "40/50 h.p." the chassis was first made at Royce's Manchester works, with production moving to Derby in July 1908, and also, between 1921 and 1926, in Springfield, Massachusetts. Chassis no. 60551, ... Read »


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  • Rolls-Royce Twenty

  • Rolls-Royce Twenty

    The Rolls-Royce Twenty built between 1922 and 1929 was Rolls-Royce's "small car" for the 1920s and was produced alongside the 40/50 Silver Ghost and the successor to the 40/50, the Phantom. It was intended to appeal to owner drivers but many were sold to customers with chauffeurs. A new inline-6 cylinder overhead ... Read »


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  • Rover 9

  • Rover 9

    The Rover 9 was a small car produced by Britain's Rover car company. It had a 1074 cc 9 fiscal horsepower four-cylinder engine. Manufactured from 1924 to 1927 it was first supplemented then replaced by Rover's 10-12 model. A Mark Wild and staff designed 1074 cc water-cooled four-cylinder engine with overhead valve ... Read »


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  • Rover Two-litre

  • The Rover Two-litre was a mid-size luxury open tourer, saloon or limousine produced from 1927 by the Rover Company of Coventry and available through to 1932. As usual the chassis was also available to coach builders. The 16hp Two-litre was supplemented by then later replaced by the much more expensive better equipped ... Read »


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  • Ryjan

  • Riyan was a make of French automobile produced by the Grillet company between 1920 and 1926. The factory was established in what was then a small town, a short distance to the west of Paris, called Chatou. In 1925 production was relocated to Nanterre in the west of the country. The first Ryjan car was being promoted a ... Read »


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  • Saxon (automobile)

  • Saxon Motor Car Company

    The Saxon was an automobile produced by the Saxon Motor Car Company, from 1913 to 1923. The company was based in Detroit and then Ypsilanti, Michigan. Originally, in 1913, Saxon offered a small two seat roadster, that featured either a 2- or 3-speed rear axle gearbox, priced at $395.00. It had headlights, as an extra ... Read »


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  • Scripps-Booth

  • Scripps-Booth

    Scripps-Booth was a United States automobile company based in Detroit, Michigan, which produced motor vehicles from 1913 through 1923. The company was founded by artist and engineer James Scripps Booth (of the Scripps publishing family), who also built the Bi-Autogo. Scripps-Booth company produced vehicles intende ... Read »


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  • Secqueville-Hoyau

  • Secqueville-Hoyau

    SA des Anciens Établissements Secqueville-Hoyau was a French automobile producer between 1919 and 1924. The factory was established in what was then a small town, a short distance to the north-west of Paris, called Gennevilliers. Alfred Secqueville and Gaston Hoyau established their business at Gennevilliers in 191 ... Read »


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  • Sizaire-Berwick

  • Sizaire Berwick

    Sizaire-Berwick was an Anglo-French automobile manufacturer active between 1913 and 1927. As established, the company manufactured luxury-sized cars at Courbevoie on the north side of Paris. The business was financed in England, however, and it was also in England that most of the cars were united with their bodies an ... Read »


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  • Sizaire-Naudin

  • Sizaire et Naudin

    Sizaire et Naudin was a French automobile manufacturer located on the northern side of central Paris, at 52 rue Victor-Hugo in Courbevoie, between 1903 and 1921. Sizaire-Naudin was founded by two brothers called Maurice (1877–1970) and Georges Sizaire (1880–1924), in partnership with a family friend, Lou ... Read »


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  • Smith Flyer

  • The Smith Flyer was an American automobile manufactured by the A.O. Smith Company in Milwaukee from 1915 until about 1919 when the manufacturing rights were sold to Briggs & Stratton and it was renamed to Briggs & Stratton Flyer. The Smith Flyer is a small, simple, lightweight, two-seat vehicle with a wooden frame that ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Big Six

  • The Studebaker Big Six was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana between 1918 and 1926, being designated the Model EG (1918–21), the EK (1922–24) and the EP (1925–26). In 1927, it was renamed the President (ES) pending introduction of a smaller and smoother straight- ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Commander

  • The Studebaker Commander is the model-name of a long succession of automobiles produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana (United States) and Studebaker of Canada Ltd of Walkerville and, later, Hamilton, Ontario (Canada). Studebaker began using the Commander name in 1927 and continued to use it until ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Dictator

  • The Studebaker Dictator was an automobile produced by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana (United States) from 1927-1937. Model year 1928 was the first full year of Dictator production. In the mid-1920s, Studebaker began renaming its vehicles. The model previously known as the Studebaker Standard Six bec ... Read »


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  • Studebaker President

  • Studebaker President

    The Studebaker President was the premier automobile model manufactured by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana (US) from 1926-1942. The nameplate was reintroduced in 1955 and used until the end of the 1958 model when the name was retired. Prior to mid-1926, Studebaker’s premium model was the Studebak ... Read »


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  • Studebaker Special Six

  • The Studebaker Special Six was a car built by the Studebaker Corporation of South Bend, Indiana from 1918-1927. While in production, the Special Six represented Studebaker's mid-range model. The car was available in a full array of body styles throughout its production. In 1927 the car was renamed the Studebaker ... Read »


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  • Sun (automobile)

  • The Sun automobile was made in Elkhart, Indiana from 1916 to 1917, and in Toledo, Ohio from 1921 to 1922. The Sun Motor Car Company was originally created in Buffalo, New York, but moved to Elkhart before production began. Their slogan was "The Sun Outshines Them All". Roscoe C. Hoffman designed a lightweight six-cyli ... Read »


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  • Sunbeam 3-litre

  • Sunbeam 3-litre

    The Sunbeam 3-litre is a heavy 26 long cwt (2,912 lb; 1,321 kg) sports car introduced by Sunbeam in October 1925 at the London Motor Show, and was offered from 1926 until 1930. It was seen at the time and subsequently as the retort of Louis Hervé Coatalen, Sunbeam's energetic chief engineer, to the Bentl ... Read »


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  • Swallow Sidecar Company

  • Walmsley & Lyons

    Swallow Sidecar Company, Swallow Sidecar and Coachbuilding Company, and Swallow Coachbuilding Company were trading names used by Walmsley & Lyons, partners and joint owners of a British manufacturer of motorcycle sidecars and automobile bodies in Blackpool, Lancashire — later Coventry, Warwickshire — before i ... Read »


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  • Talbot 14-45

  • Talbot 14-45

    The Talbot 14-45 also known as Talbot 65 is a luxury car designed by Georges Roesch and made by Clément Talbot Limited in their North Kensington factory and usually bodied by fellow subsidiary of S T D Limited, Darracq Motor Engineering in Fulham. The six-cylinder engine is just over 1½ litres at 1665 cc. Th ... Read »


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  • Talbot 105

  • Talbot 105

    The Talbot 105 was a high powered sports car developed by Talbot designer Georges Roesch. It was famously fast, described by one authority as the fastest four-seater ever to race at Brooklands. The car made its first appearance at the London Motor Show in 1926. At this stage it was formally named according to its fisc ... Read »


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  • Tatra 10

  • Tatra 10

    The NW type U is an Edwardian era automobile manufactured by Nesselsdorfer Wagenbau-Fabriks-Gesellschaft A.G. (NW, now known as Tatra). After the success of Type S, models NW T (four-cylinder) and NW U (six-cylinder) were launched. Both types were again OHC design with hemispherical combustion chambers with the cylinde ... Read »


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  • Tatra 11

  • Tatra 11

    The Tatra T11 was the first Tatra model to use the unique combination of major components that are still in use on the trucks produced by Tatra to this day. Hans Ledwinka created the design of the T11 while working for Steyr in Austria. He believed there was a need for a small car, and carried out the work in his ... Read »


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  • Tatra 12

  • Tatra 12

    Tatra 12 is a model of vintage automobile made by Czech manufacturer Tatra. It was manufactured between 1923 and 1926. It was replaced by the Tatra 57 in 1932. All Czech car manufacturers were making large and expensive cars at the beginning of the 1920s, which only the rich could afford. Some companies tried to intro ... Read »


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  • Tatra 13

  • Tatra 13

    Tatra 13 is a vintage truck made by Czech manufacturer Tatra. It was manufactured between 1924 and 1933. The truck was derived from model Tatra 11, with which it shared components and differed from it by strengthened rear axle. Initially the front wheels didn't have brakes. As Tatra 11 was succeeded by Tatra 12 (1926) ... Read »


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  • Tatra 17

  • Tatra 17

    Tatra 17 is a vintage automobile produced by the Czech manufacturer Tatra from 1925 to 1929. It was the company's top-end model which was sold alongside the economy car Tatra 12 and middle class Tatra 30. Originally, the car was fitted with a liquid-cooled six-cylinder OHC in-line Tatra 17 engine with 1,930 cc ... Read »


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  • Tatra 20

  • Tatra 20

    Nesselsdorfer Wagenbau-Fabriksgesellschaft (NW) type T was a luxurious car. As the company changed its name the model was renamed to Tatra 20 in 1919. It was successor to very successful model NW type S. It was made at the same time as NW type U until 1925, when both of the models were replaced by Tatra 17. It is curre ... Read »


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  • Tatra 30

  • Tatra 30

    Tatra 30 is an automobile formerly made by the Czech manufacturer Tatra. It was manufactured between 1926 and 1928. From 1928 to 1931 the car was fitted with newer engine and is therefore called Tatra 30/52. Tatra 30 was powered by an OHV air-cooled four-cylinder boxer engine of 1679 cc, positioned at the front an ... Read »


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  • Tatra 49

  • Tatra 49

    Tatra 49 is a model of vintage three-wheeled motor vehicle made by Czech manufacturer Tatra. It was manufactured between 1929 and 1930. It was developed with an aim to offer a commercial car at as low cost as possible. It shared some parts with Tatra 12 and with Tatra 30. However the motor tricycle wasn't a commercial ... Read »


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  • Templar automobile

  • Templar was a manufacturer of automobiles in Lakewood, Ohio from 1917 to 1924. The company was named for the Knights Templar and used a Maltese Cross as an emblem. Advertising themselves as "The pioneer builder of quality small cars", the first Templar car had a four-cylinder, overhead-valve engine of 3.2 litres capac ... Read »


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