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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=78313
Submitted by: Sensekhmet
Comments: 0  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 04-09-2009
View Stats Category: Photoshop/Art
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1910 Austro Daimler ‘Prinz Heinrich’, the car that started the GT/sports car evolution.
The first car designed by Ferdinand Porsche, it was named after the Prinz Heinrich Fahrt rally race. Chassis was pretty conventional with flat steel frame, leaf spring suspension, drum brakes on rear wheels only and 4-speed gearbox driving the rear wheels through chains, but the engine was something special: OHC inline 4-cylinder with separate cast cylinders, overhead valves and light alloy pistons, 5.7l, 86hp@2300rpm. The car had a sports body with 4 seats, spare wheels, headlamps and rode on steel wire wheels with Rudge-Whitworth system central nut. A real GT if you ask me.

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