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DEMEESTER MOD. 8 HP

DEMEESTER MOD. 8 HP

DEMEESTER MOD. 8 HP (France 1906) Produced in a small French factory founded in 1905 by a leading motorcyclist and car driver, Léon Demeester, the 8 HP has a three-speed, constant-mesh gearbox and a two-“baquets”-seat body by Ernesto Ciocca of Turin. Engine: 4...
LANCIA MOD. THETA

LANCIA MOD. THETA

LANCIA MOD. THETA (Italy 1914) A de luxe model presented by Lancia at the end of 1913. A total of 1696 had been manufactured when production ceased in 1918. The Theta was the first car in Europe to be provided with on-board electrical services as standard equipment....
ITALA MOD. 61

ITALA MOD. 61

ITALA MOD. 61 (Italy 1928) The 61 had all the characteristics of a de luxe car even though the engine capacity was rather low compared to other models of the period. The 60 bhp generated by its straight-six engine with aluminium block, cast iron head and overhead...
ISOTTA FRASCHINI MOD. BN 30/40 HP

ISOTTA FRASCHINI MOD. BN 30/40 HP

ISOTTA FRASCHINI MOD. BN 30/40 HP (Italy 1910) A de luxe model with a large-capacity, four-cylinder, two-piece block engine and coachwork attributed to the firm’s trusted craftsman Cesare Sala. It was sold complete for 17.500 lire, and most BN 30/40s not surprisingly...
HURTU 3 HP

HURTU 3 HP

HURTU 3 HP (France 1898) August Hurtu was initially a manufacturer of typerwriters, sewing machines and bicycles. His firm’s first vehicles were powered by Benz and then De Dion engines before it began to make its own. This vehicle with its back-to-back coachwork has...