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O primeiro super carro americano: Locomobile Old #16 – 1906

1906 Locomobile Racer ‘Old Number 16’ - 1

Woolf Barnato and the Legend of the Blue Train. The Blue Train Races were a series of record-breaking attempts between automobiles and trains in the late 1920s and early 1930s. It saw a number of motorists and their own or sponsored automobiles race against the Le Train Bleu, a train that ran between Calais and the French Riviera. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Train_Races

1914 A.L.F.A 40/60 ~ a race and road car made by A.L.F.A (later called Alfa Romeo)

The Hanomag "1,3 Liter", Germany 1939 This German company was producing cars as early as the 1920s but they struggled financially through that decade. In 1931, Hanomag had 25% of the small-car market in Germany, trailed by DKW (19%) and BMW (17%). The following year they gambled on concentrating on a single series–the 1.1 Liter (later re-named Garant). The gamble worked, and soon it was necessary to run the plant two-shifts to meet the demand.

A sociedade MUNDIAL dos anos 1914 - Pesquisa Google

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The Bugatti Queen’s 1927 Type 35 Grand Prix Racer to

The Bugatti Queen’s 1927 Type 35 Grand Prix Racer to be Auctioned at Pebble Beach

Built by Augusto Monaco and Carlo Felice Trossi, the 1935 Monaco Trossi is a front engined beast designed to race in Grand Prix, but due to terrifying driving dynamics never did. The engine is an eight bank, 16-cylinder radial air-cooled 2-cycle, 3982cc engine with two Zoller superchargers. The whole shebang was good for 250 HP at 6000 rpm and powered the front wheels.

Mercedes-Benz T80 1939. Top speed: 373 mph (600 kph).