Blueprint Austro Daimler GP OW 1921

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The Austro Daimler GP OW 1921 is a vintage two-seat grand prix racecars originally produced for racing in the Grand Prix of Hungary and Poland. This historic machine was hand-built by the Austrian automaker, Austro Daimler, and features a unique mix of classic features and highly advanced engineering for a car of its time. The GP OW 1921 has an aluminum body and side pods that houses a 4.0-liter, four-cylinder, DOHC, naturally-aspirated, 1913 built engine, giving the car an impressive power output of 91hp at 4,000rpm. This powertrain is mated to a four-speed manual gearbox and is capable of achieving near-200hp when tuned correctly. The GP OW 1921 also features a lightweight-magnesium and aluminum spaceframe chassis, with independent suspension on all four corners, giving the car excellent handling and agility compared to its more modern counterparts. The car features a unique wheel design, with an 18-inch front wheel, and 19-inch rear wheel, both of which were made from solid cast steel. In terms of its visual aspect, the car offers a surprisingly modern-looking design with classic racing colors, featuring a low-slung chassis and an unmistakable front grille, adorned with the iconic Austro Daimler logo. Adding further to the cars classic presence is the taped-up bonnet, two-tone orange-and-white paint scheme, big-diameter exhaust pipes, and a full-race canopy over the cockpit. All these elements make the GP OW 1921 a classic collectors car with unrivaled performance, presence, and timeless charm.

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