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1922 CITRŐEN 5CV Trèfle

1922 CITRŐEN 5CV Trèfle

| August 16, 2013 | 0 Comments

Citrően 5CV Trefle car was originally called the type C. It was created in France by French Citrően. Most of the clients to avail this car model were women. There were twenty to thirty thousand of these car model produced around 1924 to 1926 by Andrè Citroën-the engineer-constructor of this car. With the help Edmond […]

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Rolls-Royce 4050 Silver Ghost Production 1906–1926

Rolls-Royce 4050 Silver Ghost Production 1906–1926

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

was known as the world’s best car by Autocar back in 1907, the year of its first release. Originally named and manufactured by the Rolls-Royce Ltd as “40/50 horsepower” Only one car and model was originally named the “Silver Ghost” at that time, the car with Chassis number 60551 and it is registered AX201. This […]

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Veteran Cars:  Pioneers in elegance and Function

Veteran Cars: Pioneers in elegance and Function

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

Veteran Cars are also often called Edwardian cars or brass cars. Veteran cars, vintage cars and classic cars are often interchanged but there is a fundamental difference between the three – the era in which they were produced. Veteran cars are the ones manufactured before the year 1919 (this includes the first auto mobiles, brass […]

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Model T-Ford: A Breakthrough Car from Ford

Model T-Ford: A Breakthrough Car from Ford

| July 21, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Ford Motor Company or simply Ford, an American multinational and famous manufacturer of cars owned and founded by Henry Ford, and the maker of the ever famous classic Model T Ford. Also known as Tin Lizzie or T-Model, the Model T Ford was produced from the year 1908 up to the year 1927. It […]

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