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Specs

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Engine
Inline 4
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Transmission
Manual
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Exterior
Blue
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Interior
Black
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VIN
122

Description

In-Line 4-Cylinder T-Head Engine. Chassis No. 104; Engine #122 Officially known as Société Lorraine des Anciens Establissments de Dietrich and Cie, this quality French motoring concern was founded in 1896, and by 1905 was considered one of the most respected early contenders in European racing events. This beautifully restored example features a lightweight two-place arrangement that has a...

In-Line 4-Cylinder T-Head Engine. Chassis No. 104; Engine #122 Officially known as Société Lorraine des Anciens Establissments de Dietrich and Cie, this quality French motoring concern was founded in 1896, and by 1905 was considered one of the most respected early contenders in European racing events. This beautifully restored example features a lightweight two-place arrangement that has actually competed in the Great American Race. From its massive engine to the precision machined the gears of the transmission, this car looks are good as it goes. Exercised on a regular basis this is one of Mr. Burdick's favorite automobiles, one packed with personal history and a tough decision indeed to let it go on to its new caretaker. Knowing that it was in cars similar to this one that the marque took a 1-2-3 finish in the 1906 Circuit de Ardennes will make the winning bidder of this vehicle a champion among motorists everywhere. Please Note: Vehicle is being offered with seller's confirmation.

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