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Steenbuck AUTOMOBILES GmbH

Hainholzweg 1 D-21376 Gödenstorf-Lübberstedt

Steenbuck AUTOMOBILES GmbH

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The stunningly gorgeous Lancia Beta Coupe was introduced in 1973 and is based on the shortened version of the limousine but thanks to its front wheel drive this compact car comes with a spacious interior. Throughout its production until 1984 the generally solidly built Coupe 2 received cost saving modifications in its ...

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Porsche started producing the model 356 in 1950. The Roadster body – which Porsche called Speedster – satisfied the demand of the US market. It was supposed to be light, fast and affordable. It is still light and fast although its price has changed dramatically. The Speedster, especially the early Pre-A model, is highly ...

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After 9 years of the first post-war Bentley, the MK VI / R-Type, the illustrious clientele curiously awaited the successor. In 1955, the Bentley S 1 was introduced. Conservative, with a separate chassis but with a stylish line by John Bentley. The S 1 met the taste of clientele exactly. Noteworthy: more Bentley S 1s were ...

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For BMW, the break at the end of the Second World War was particularly harsh: The car plant in Eisenach was lost, and the plant in Munich was largely dismantled. Nevertheless, the automobile industry was reorganized in Munich in 1951/52. Unfortunately, BMW could hardly make money with the Isetta on the one hand and the ...

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In 1951, Mercedes finally introduced another six-cylinder car to the market. It had the conservative and very reliable body of the MB 170 S which built trust with customers. Paired with the modern six-cylinder technology it created the special appeal of the new Mercedes 220. Our Mercedes-Benz 220 Limousine was built ...

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The Jaguar XK 150, available starting in the spring of 1957, was the perfected extension of the XK-series. It was bulkier and more comfortable than its predecessors and was meant to delight customers until the completion of the series E-Type. In March of 1958 the high performing model S was introduced, with 3 carburettors, ...

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Since 1976 Porsche 911 models had hot-dip galvanized bodies which allowed it a 6-year anti-rust guarantee. The model year 1977 brought only minor changes and the engines' exhaust output was cleaned. Our Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe is from thee US and clocks in at approx. 96,000 miles. It has been significantly overhauled ...

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In addition to the C-class saloon, Mercedes added the modern Coupe to its offering in 1997. As is typical for Coupés, buyers were willing to pay a higher price for less room but its individuality has always been attractive. Finally in 1998 the Cabriolet was added: stunningly beautiful, harmonious and a worthy successor ...

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At Porsche, the ever-growing thirst for performance was to be satisfied with a newly developed six-cylinder engine. The new body design kept it recognizable, but offered significantly more space than the predecessor 356. The 1963 ‘master model’ was built with some detail changes until mid-1973. The early 911s with ...

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With the introduction of the new Porsche 901 in 1963, which was then called the 911, Porsche’s success story went uphill. In each model year, there were refinements in equipment and technology, which did not dampen the buying mood of customers. From 1970, the new development chief Ferdinand Piëch got involved. The engines ...

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The new 230 SL sports car, quickly named “Pagoda” because of the shape of its hardtop, was a multi-talented car. It easily replaced the predecessor 190 SL. But it wasn’t a successor to the famous 300 SL. There was still a gap. The new SL should be a sports two-seater with high performance, optimal handling and high ...

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The Jaguar XK 120 was a sensation at the London Motor Show in 1948. The designation “XK 120” pointed to the top speed of 120 mph = 193 km/h. An unbelievable pace at the the time. The Roadster has been successfully developed even further from there, ending up with the last development stage of the XK 150. Produced from ...

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In 1933 BMW made a departure from its high performing 4-cylinder engine with the arrival of the first 6-cylinder! This construction had a lot of untapped performance potential and the BMW 315 was born! It was also available as a sports model, the 315/1 Roadster with 6 cylinders, 1,490 cm, 40 PS. One could win a lot of ...

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It is not a well-known fact that two Germans, Siegfried Bettmann and Mauritz Johann Schulte founded the New Triumph Cycle Co. Ltd. in 1887 in Coventry. They made their first car in 1923, at the time named the Type 10/20. In the 1930s, Triumph made a name for itself with well-equipped, sporty mid-range cars. It competed ...

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The gorgeous, open two-seater Mercedes 190 SL, a child of the German “Wirtschaftswunder”, was primarily designed for the lucrative American market. The typical Mercedes ingredients were solid large series technology with a beautifully designed body while still being fit for everyday driving. This came at a price and ...

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The Bentley S 1 was the long-awaited successor to the Bentley MK VI and R-Type. Bentley retained the high-torque, robust and reliable six-cylinder engine amd paired this with an automatic transmission. With revised brakes, suspension and power steering, luxurious driving and travel was redefined. The body resting on the ...

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