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Wanderer 6/30 hp, Type W 10/I Phaeton, 1927

The Wanderer W 10 was first presented in December 1925. It was a modern midsize class car with all the new features of automobile technology. For the first time, Wanderer employed left-hand drive, centre gearshift, multi-plate dry clutch, 4-wheel brake system and a closed engine/gearbox block. With the W 10/I, the Wanderer factory in Chemnitz took its first step towards the middle class. The open-top touring car (Phaeton) was built by the factory's own coachmaker.

Engine: 4-cylinder in line
Displacement: 1,551 cc
Power: 30 hp at 2,600 rpm
Maximum speed: 85 km/h
Fuel consumption: 10 litres/100 km
Series: 1926-1927
Production: 3,700 cars

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