Ferrari Coupe Type 512 TR from 1992, 12 cylinders, 4943 cc, 428 HP, 314 km/hMore
Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Type 997 from 2006, six cylinders boxer, 3598 cc, 400 HP, 310 km/hMore
Model of the 1959
Made in Catalonia (Manresa)
Engine: 250 cc
Power: 11 HP
Max. speed: 75 km/hMore
Hispano Suiza 16HP T30. Red version
Model of the 1919
Made in Spain (Barcelona)
Engine: 2952 cc
Power: 59 HPMore
Citroën B14 5HP. Light blue version. Fill her up, please.
Model of the 1925
Engine: 1538 cc; 4 cylinders
Made in France
Power: 22 HP
Max speed: 80 km/h
The National Museum of Science and Industry of CataloniaMore
The French Marcadier Coupe Barzoï Biplace from 1971, motor Renault 8 Gordini, 1348 cc, 120 HP, five speeds, 540 kg.
Inspired by Colin Chapman and his famous Lotuses, André Marcadier entered the automobile industry and at the beginning of 1963, in association with Marcel Fournier, presented the first French sports car in kit form: the Fournier-Marcadier …More
Mercedes-Benz Cabriolet Type 540K from 1938, eight cylinders, 5401 cc, 180 HP, 170 km/h
Blue Bugatti Coach Type 101 from 1951, eight cylinders, 3257 cc, 140 HP, 160 km/h. Only six copies were made.
The French Panhard Levassor X 76 Dynamic 130 Coach from 1937, 130 km/h. The X76 used a 2973 cc version of the Panhard engine with Knight-licensed sleeve valves.
For the Dynamic, Panhard et Levassor’s in-house designer Louis Bionier came up with a Streamline Moderne design, featuring front and rear wheel spats, two or three windscreen wipers …More
Léonard Laspougeas cars from 1896.
For many months, Léonard Laspougeas worked, between two clients, empirically on the creation of a horse-free carriage.
In 1896, his prototype of a bench chariot, with iron-rimmed wooden cart wheels, was operational. Among the remarkable elements, a quasi-diesel starting system since it is necessary to heat with a blow torch. The car …More