Hispano Suiza H6B -100 bhp, 6,597 cc OHC inline six-cylinder engine of aviation construction, three-speed manual transmission, solid front axle, semi-elliptic leaf springs, and four-wheel servo-assisted mechanical drum brakes. These are some of the features of this rare Hispano Suza H6B. Delivered new 12.04.1926 via Hispano Suiza concessionaire Mr. Garnier to its first owner Societé Autex. This car, serial number 11514 is probably the nicest surviving Berline of the model still in original condition, never restored. The body is a masterpiece of French coachbuilding craftsmanship. Made by Carrossier Maurice Proux in Courbevoie with absolutely balanced lines and elegant design. The car was known to be a part of Museum collection of Mr. Mette, "Musée de L'Auto" - St Christoly de Blaye for many years. The engine has been recently checked by French Hispano-Suiza specialist Eric Limpaler and the chassis was found in great technical condition. Still equipped with its original C.T. Weymann exhauster the car runs and drives as it should.


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