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Horch 850 Pullman convertible, 1936

Pullman cars – named after the U.S. railway baron George M. Pullman and his luxurious saloon carriages – dominated the Horch prestige segment. These bodies offered not only luxurious equipment, but also a noble, discrete atmosphere in the passenger compartment due to the separation between the chauffeur and the passengers. The bodies of the Pullman saloons were built in-house by Horch. The bodies for the Pullman convertibles came from Baur in Stuttgart and Gläser in Dresden.

Engine: 8-cylinder in line
Displacement: 4,944 cc
Power: 100-120 hp at 3,400 rpm
Maximum speed: 125 km/h
Fuel consumption: 22 litres/100 km
Price: 17,500 Reichsmarks
Series: 1935-1939
Production: 432 cars

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