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Steenbuck AUTOMOBILES GmbH

Hainholzweg 1 D-21376 Gödenstorf-Lübberstedt

Steenbuck AUTOMOBILES GmbH

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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 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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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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Not until 1959 did Fiat offer upper middle class models with 6-cylinder engines again: The 1800 and 2100. They were spacious limousines with six seats and one continuous bench in the front. The trapeze shaped body was considered ultra modern like in Mercedes’ “tail fin”, the Peugeot 404 and the Lancia Flaminia. But ...

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With ongoing redevelopment the BMW 2000 CS Coupe with 4-cylinder engine turned into the appealing and successful 2800 CS Coupe. Finally the famous 6-cylinder engine had found its way into a luxurious yet sporty Coupé. The body was built by Karmann and the final assembly took place in Dingolfing.The trend for more power ...

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Jaguar's founder was William Lyons and until 1931 its brand name was S.S. (Swallow Sidecars) after its original purpose of being elegant sidecars for motorcycles. After the war, the company was renamed as Jaguar, for obvious reasons. Initially manufacturing was based on pre war construction. A new innovation was the 6-cylinder ...

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Paul Daimler was passionate about technology even as a child. The challenges his dad, Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach had with the management of the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG), inspired Paul Daimer to join Austro Daimler in Austria. He became Technical Manager and General Manager but in the end still became ...

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In the 1960s the "PS race" with medium sized cars came from the US to Europe. Mercedes was in one of the leading positions with its 300 SEL 6.3. The effort was minimal: They took the body from the S-series and implanted the super strong engine from the Mercedes 600. The standard air suspension gave the high powered saloon ...

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Jaguar’s large saloon, the MK VII, was introduced in 1950. Its marketing coined the slogan “Grace, Space, Pace”, a perfect description of its outstanding attributes. Its detailed design evolved from the MK VIII to the MK IX, its most mature model. Very fast at 220 PS and comfortable as an automatic. A little over ...

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No other than the small manufactory Officine Alfieri Maserati was brave enough in 1963 to put a full-blood sports engine into a luxury limousine. The engine, a V8 with 4.2 liter capacity, came from the race car 450 S and the legendary sports car 5000 GT. That's how the Maserati Quattroporte became the fastest 4-door limousine ...

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In the fall of 1968 the BMW 2800 CS Coupé came on to the market with a chassis that was cleverly updated from the 2000 CS. The sports coupé quickly became a crowd favorite, especially with its strong 6-cylinder and 3-liter capacity. Very soon the BMW 3.0 CSL dominated in touring car races and one of its most well known ...

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