Musée des 24 Heures du Mans
In 1902, she teamed with the small Marseille manufacturer Turcat-Méry to build its cars under license that have some success (some models were designed by Ettore Bugatti). Founded in 1905, the Lorraine Society of Anciens Etablissements de Dietrich Luneville, or Lorraine-Dietrich, then began making cars in Paris, at Argenteuil. In 1910, the LorraineDietrich company is moving towards more modern 4-cylinder medium and large sizes. The model presented is a type S.L.F. which has a 4-cylinders 2400 cm3. engine. It’s a 12 hp which can go up to 85 km / h (turcat-méry license). It belongs to the same owner for 52 years and was exposed to the beautiful Museum of the 24 Hours at Le Mans. This beautiful limousine 6 windows needs a revision. Its interior is sublime. She participated in the first Automobile museums cup, at the Paris-GenevaTurin, at the Paris-Vienna ... We offer the opportunity to acquire a rare model from a museum and a prestigious brand in an emotional state.
Dimanche 20 mars 2016 à 14 h30 / 44