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Horch 10/35 hp Phaeton, 1923

In 1923 Horch only had one standardised model in its range, the 10/35 hp presented in 1922, which was available in various body versions. Its straight-four engine was developed by the Swiss engineer Arnold Zoller; the elegant body was designed by the Berlin company Voll & Ruhrbeck. This car was exhibited at the 1923 Stockholm Motor Show and was intended as a hunting car for the Swedish royal family. Its special features include a low off-road gear, elaborate inlays on the instrument panel and a folding washbasin.

Engine: 4-cylinder in-line, 4-stroke
Displacement: 2,612 cc
Power: 35 hp at 2,000 rpm
Maximum speed: 50 mph
Consumption: 16 mpg
Series: 1922-1924
Production: 930 cars + 100 trucks

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