World best cars by Jordi Vilaró

DKW model F7 is a typical mid-class German vehicle

DKW model F7 is a typical mid-class German vehicle. The main advantage of the car is the ergonomic two-cylinder two-stroke engine. Appeared in 1937. The F7 model, along with Adler Triumph, became the most popular car in Germany, giving the country so necessary “affordable car for the people.”

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Hotchkiss AM4

Hotchkiss AM4, which appeared in 1924, became one of the best models of the company. This model with the Berlin de voyage body type demonstrates all the luxury of that epoch.

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Years of production: 1926-1932

Country of origin: France

Issued: 7852

Weight: 1640 kg

Power: 50 hp

Speed: 110 km / h

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Holsman high wheeler. The only copy in Europe

Holsman high wheeler. The only copy in Europe. The “Holsman Automobile Company” (USA, Illinois, Chicago) had produced cars from 1901 to 1910. The company specialized in the production of high wheels vehicles. This type of cars  – a direct descendant of horse-drawn carts, which were often converted into cars. So one can see many …

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De Dion-Bouton Vizavi. Made in 1900

De Dion-Bouton Vizavi. In 1900, De Dion-Bouton became the largest car manufacturer, changing its profile from steam engines to internal combustion engines. The “Vizavi” model was given such a name due to the seats located opposite each other. A light four-wheeled car was equipped with a single-cylinder high-speed engine with a power of 3.5 hp. …

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Horch 930 V cabriolet

Horch 930 V cabriolet. Produced with various bodies, including two- and four-door cabriolets and sedans. Despite its limited production, the model entered the history of the world automotive industry due to the unusual design of the engine – 8-cylinder in V arrangement. In its final version, the Horch 930 V was powered by …

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Wanderer W 52 cabriolet

Wanderer W 52 cabriolet. Known for its bicycles and motorcycles, Wanderer began mass production of cars in 1911. For most of the cars in the 30th years the company used engines by Ferdinand Porsche.

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Years of production: 1937-1938

Country of origin: Germany

Issued: 1394

Weight: 1435 kg

Power: 62 hp

Speed: 118 km / h

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Mercedes-Benz 170 V Cabriolet A. Red body

Mercedes-Benz 170 V Cabriolet A. Red body. According to the classification of a company, cabriolet A is a two-door single-window cabriolet with 2 or 3 seats. The car has a classic sport spirit: a long hood, low and strongly inclined windshield frame, seats shifted to the rear axle…

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BMW 327/28 cabriolet. Fans of antique cars name this model “the most beautiful convertible from BMW”

BMW 327/28 cabriolet. Presented in 1938. The machine was actively purchased by representatives of the Third Reich. Fans of antique cars name this model “the most beautiful convertible from BMW”

Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Russia

Years of production: 1938-1941

Country of origin: Germany

Issued: 1124 items

Weight: 1100 kg

Power: 80 hp

Speed: 140 km / h

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