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Auto Veteran Company

Nad Namestim 1124/4 155 00 Praha 5

  +420 311 360 183

Auto Veteran Company

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  • The 135 series was introduced at Paris Salon in 1935 and it quickly became a sharp competitor on a racing circuits. Its driving performance are also today very impressive. The car took the first six places at the 1936 Grand Prix automobile de Marseille, a second at Le Mans in 1937, and first, second, and fourth place at Le Mans in 1938. This Delahaye 135M is powered by powerful inline 6-cylinder, 3,557cc engine with a three carburettors and power approx. 140 HP. The body was made by famous French ...

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  • Delage was a French luxury automobile and racing car company founded in 1905 by Louis Delage in Levallois-Perret near Paris. They produced some of the history's fastest race cars and the first V12 racing engine. Only Delage and Mercedes-Benz produced cars that dominated Grand Prix racing, won the Indianapolis 500, and held the World Land Speed Record. In 1929 at the London Motor Show was introduced the most elegant of the Delage marque, the D8 series. The straight-eight OHV engine with capacity ...

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  • We would like to offer this Saab 96 (V4). It is the last of the "aerodynamic" Saab automobiles and it holds the land speed record for stock body production cars with 750 cc engines. This car #96552066 is in a good condition with a lovely patina and had just three owners since new. Over the past 25 years it's been permanently garaged and the price includes also the owner's manual and the spare parts from the second Saab 96.

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  • Automobiles Delaunay-Belleville was a French luxury automobile manufacturer based in Saint-Denis, France. At the beginning of the 20th century they were producing among the most prestigious cars in the world and perhaps the most desirable French marque. The first owner of this superb Delaunay-Belleville purchased it in 1931 and kept until 1971! The car is in remarkable original condition and configuration and took a part in the movie directed by Pascal Ferran “Lady Chatterley” in 2006.

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  • When Voisin start producing automobiles, it was immediately obvious that the airplane industry had effects on his design. They were unique, lightweight, aerodynamic and often with exotic materials and technologically advanced mechanical components. His brother had been killed in an automobile accident, so the Voisin automobiles were given a high degree of safety in an effort to avoid any future tragedies. After a series of models with four-cylinder engines, Voisin finally decided in 1927 to add ...

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  • The first owner of this Rolls-Royce 20/25 HP with a body by Barker, became in 1934 Mr. G. Milne from Wiltshire. When in September 1950 were carried out necessary repairs of the engine and other parts, on the odometer was just 33 842 kilometers. It remained in the Milne family until 1961, when the widow of the Mr. G. Milne left it to a dealer Kenneth B. Smith. The car was bought in the same year by a solicitor W. A. Evill, who owned the car for two years and after his death was referred to his chauffeur ...

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  • In 1903, a young Dutchman, Sylvain de Jong, founded „Societe Anonyme Minerva Motors“ in Berchem (Antwerp), Belgium. Volume car production began already in 1904 with a range of two, three and four-cylinder models. The company was also focused on the motorsport, they won the Belgian Circuit des Ardennes race in 1907 and succeeded in famous Austrian Alpine Trials or Swedish Winter Trials. They sporting results, among the silent sleeve valve engine and sophisticated meant, that Minerva became popular ...

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  • This Ballot from the famous Roger Baillon collection has a multiple originality. With the body designed to the smallest detail by Henry Chapron and the fabulous eight-cylinder inline engine is the authentic representative of a luxury cars. The sophistication of this automobile was already at that time timeless. The RH3 have the best chassis that Ballot ever designed. With the overhead camshaft and a displacement of about 3.0 liters, the engine perfectly fits to this unique body and advanced chassis. It's ...

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  • This Hispano-Suiza K6 is powered by 5.184 cc overhead-valve inline six-cylinder engine designed by Marc Birkigt, which produces around 120 bhp. Three-speed manual transmission, solid axle suspension with semi-elliptic springs and four-wheel servo-assisted mechanical drum brakes makes from K6 high quality car favoured by many premier coachbuilders. Our car, chassis# 15027, was delivered in 1933 to Mr. Duval-Lemonier of Normandy, well known wholesale businessman, which later in 50’s marged with ...

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  • Benjamin was the automobile manufacturer producing small cars called “cyclecars”. The company was founded in 1921 by Maurice Jeanson, the famous industrialist, who at that time produced at the suburb of Paris a hydroplanes. The after-war season wasn't really lucky for the aircraft production, therefore Maurice Jeanson started with the production of cars. The first models Type A, Type B and Type C had very small two-stroke engines with the capacity from 547cc to 815cc. The high-end car was ...

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  • The Hispano-Suiza K6 was introduced at the Paris Auto Salon in 1934. The car was offered with a new 5.184 cc overhead-valve inline six-cylinder engine designed by Marc Birkigt. It had shorter 110-millimeter stroke, improved breathing and produced around 120 bhp. Three-speed manual transmission, solid axle suspension with semi-elliptic springs and four-wheel servo-assisted mechanical drum brakes makes from K6 high quality car favored by many premier French coachbuilders. This very original 1934 ...

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  • Delage was a French luxury automobile and racing car company founded in 1905 by Louis Delage in Levallois-Perret near Paris. They produced some of the history's fastest race cars and the first V12 racing engine. Only Delage and Mercedes-Benz produced cars that dominated in Grand Prix racing, won the Indianapolis 500, and held the World Land Speed Record. Model D6 was introduced in 1930. Seven years later came Its evolutionary version, the D6-70. Modern and lightweight chassis, with alive and ...

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  • Nash Motors Company was an American automobile manufacturer based in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the United States. The Company was lunched in 1916 by Charles Nash, resigning the presidency of General Motors. By 1919 Nash was selling 27.000 cars a year and in 1920 Nash expanded into the luxury class. The most fabulous Nash of all debuted in 1930. It was the model Eight, company's top of the line, dual-ignition overhead-valve inline-eight that developed 100 bhp. The quality of this model proofed ...

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  • One of the most important car ever made - Hispano Suiza and its latest barnfind - real survivor of type H6C/T56bis. This magnificent and really big car is with still most desirable chassis of eight litre Hispano and even pictured in the book "The legendary Hispano Suiza" by Johnnie Green. This car is so unique because not only the original condition it's to be found, but also because it is the real witness of how cars were modernised during years of service and this is indeed the last factory creation ...

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  • By the mid-1920s, General Motors president Alfred P. Sloan had done a fine job of aggregating a hierarchy of brands for "every purse and purpose." However, he realized that there was a large price gap (over $1000) between Buick and Cadillac. What was a Buick owner to do when he wanted a new, more elegant automobile? Chances were he went to Packard, which had become America's favorite luxury brand. Sloan was intent to keep the customer within the GM fold, so the LaSalle was born. The LaSalle wasn't ...

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