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Fine Cars Switzerland

Gewerbestrasse 10 5037 Muhen Switzerland

Fine Cars Switzerland

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Chassis B43-78-17 was used in 1978 by Emil Frey AG in the Swiss championship. Powered by a Toyota engine from Novamotor with mechanical Kugelfischer injection and a gearbox from Hewland. The championship was won by the sister model with Patrick Studer at the wheel. After that the car was only used for racing in 1978. Between ...

Switzerland

The Jaguar XJ-S was the successor to the legendary Jaguar E. The lines of the XJ-S, which was developed on the basis of the XJ limousine and equipped with the V12 engine from the E-Type Series III, were initially controversial at the time. Nevertheless, the Jaguar, built between 1975 and 1996, became a successful model ...

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Switzerland

The Montecarlo was originally developed by Pininfarina as a Fiat and built as a Lancia from 1975, The small sports car was a modern design with a mid-engine, independent suspension and disc brakes. The two-litre four-cylinder engine with two overhead camshafts produced 120 hp with carburettor and enabled good driving performance. ...

Switzerland

The T-series 21, which was produced in various variations from 1950 to 1967, was the last series of Alvis. The vehicles had a 3l six-cylinder engine. In 1953, the TC21/100 replaced the TA21. It was given the additional designation 100 because of its top speed of 100 mph. A sporty sedan with traditional design, also called ...

Switzerland

The Daimler SP250 was built from 1959 to 1964. Approx. 2500 units were produced. The body is made of glass fibre reinforced polyester. The 140hp V8 engine has a capacity of 2.5l and was also installed in the Daimler Sedan. The offered Dart was delivered to the dealer Stratson Ltd. in 1962 and exported to Geneva. In August ...

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Switzerland

The Mercedes-Benz W 180, known as the Mercedes-Benz 220, or Mercedes-Benz 220 S, with its six-cylinder engine was a Daimler-Benz luxury class model from 1954 to 1959. From 1956 it was also offered as a convertible and coupé. The offered convertible was delivered in Germany. Its last owner bought it in Switzerland in 2

Switzerland

The French car manufacturer Darracq at Suresne took over the british Clement-Talbot in 1919. Since cars from french production were called Talbot-Darracq. After the merger with Sunbeam in 1920 the company became Automobiles Talbot. The K78 was built in 1931 and sold new through the swiss dealer Gebrüder Marti at Berne. ...

Switzerland

The Triumph TR6 was presented in 1968. It based on the TR4/TR5 but had a remodelled body. It was successfully built ubtil 1976. It had a straight six engine with fuel injection, in the US it was sold with carburettors for emission reason. The car offered spent his whole life in Switzerland. It has the early 143 PS engine. ...

Switzerland