Panhard Levassor Break (four places) from 1895 with 6 HP

Panhard Levassor Break (four places) from 1895, motor Daimler “Phoenix”, 6 HP, 25 km/h. Took part in the Paris-Marseille racing in 1896.

A Phoenix was also the first automobile entered in a race by Emil Jellinek, under the pseudonym of “Mercedes”. The name “Mercedes”, later to become known worldwide, initially served only as a driver or team name, however, and not as a product or brand name. 

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