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Rover Twelve - 1934-1947Details click here
Described by a london newspaper as the rolls-royce of light cars, rover made comfortable, if slow, automobiles for the comfortable middle class. One of these was the twelve, the companys top-line four-cylinder series.
Rovin - 1950-1959Details click here
Immediately after world war ii, a flood of tiny microcars was unleashed on the french market. One of the best was the rovin, launched at the 1946 paris salon. Like most of its breed, it had open, doorless bodywork and a single-cylinder engine, and looked as though it had escaped from a fairground bumper-car ride
Runabout Spider - 1907Details click here
Founded in paris in 1902, the sage firm was known for the high quality of its automobiles, which were aimed at a well-heeled clientele. The imposing runabout shown here, now exhibited at the national automobile museum in mulhouse, france, was equipped with the side-valve four-cylinder engine of the mutel marque. The three-speed transmission had chain final drive. The body, built in 1906, offered a rear seat as well as two front ones.
Ruxton - 1929-1930Details click here
One of the earliest frontwheel-drive cars, the ruxton was named for a stockbroker who, in the end, declined to invest in it. He had a good reason: The stock market crash of 1929 did not create a good economic climate for a new luxury car. And there was another problem -at first, there was no factory to build the car. Furthermore, e.l. Cords new frontwheel-drive l29 beat the ruxton to the marketplace. Somehow the venture got off the ground, but fewer than 500 ruxtons were made.
Salmson S4-61 - 1938-1951Details click here
Faced with lower demand for its airplane engines after world war i, salmson turned to building sports cars during the twenties. In 1929, the company changed directions once again and decided to concentrate on touring cars. The first of these the salmson s4 appeared at the 1929 paris salon, where its double-overhead-cam engine distinguished it from its rivals.
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