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Wanderer W 26 Pullman saloon, 1938

The prestigious Pullman saloons with partition between the driver and passenger compartment had been items of the standard model range of the Horch and Wanderer brands since the late 1920s. In the spring of 1937, the Wanderer W 26 was launched as the successor to the W 50 Pullman. While retaining the W 50 forked axle chassis, the W 26 was given a new 6-cylinder engine with side-controlled valves to replace the Porsche 6-cylinder overhead-valve engine used until then.

Engine: 6-cylinder in line
Displacement: 2,632 cc
Power: 62 hp at 3,500 rpm
Maximum speed: 100 km/h
Fuel consumption: 14 litres/100 km
Price: 6,950 Reichsmarks
Series: 1937-1941
Production: 2,411 cars

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