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Daimler Conquest - 1953-1957Details click here
another 1066 conquest, announced a british auto magazine in acknowledging daimlers newest model, priced at 1,066 pounds for the date of the norman conquest of england. This was daimlers smallest and cheapest car, but it preserved the marques reputation for workmanship.
Darracq 1618 Hp - 1907-1909Details click here
Alexandre darracq was no grease monkey and never even drove an automobile. He was not so much interested in making motor vehicles as making money, but he did both very well for a time. However, excessive ambition led him to introduce too many models like the 1618 hp and in effect put darracq in competition with itself.
Dax D100 Baby - 1935Details click here
In france in the thirties, pedal-assisted cyclemotors with loocc engines, a maximum weight of 30 kg (66 lbs.), and a top speed of 30 kmh (18.6 mph) could be ridden without a drivers license. The game for all the motorcycle manufacturers was to see how much they could get away with legally in producing loocc machines
De Dion-bouton Type G - 1899-1902Details click here
Count albert de dion, georges bouton and boutons brother-in-law began building steam vehicles in 1883. Ten years later, bouton developed the worlds first high-speed small gasoline engine, but de dion-bouton did not begin making four-wheeled automobiles until 1899. So successful were these vis-a-vis (face-to-face) models, so called because the two seats faced each other, that nearly 3,000 were constructed.
De Lorean Dmc 12 - 1982Details click here
John zachary de lorean was a high flyer at general motors, identified as the future gm president when he resigned in 1973 to establish a car company bearing his own name. The de lorean was intended to be safe, technically advanced, limited in production and high-priced.
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