Blueprint Glas-1700 Sedan 1964

Glas-1700 Sedan 1964


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The Glas-1700 Sedan 1964 is a truly iconic example of classic German engineering. The vehicle has been lovingly restored by experts who want to ensure the vehicles original design remains unchanged. The exterior of the vehicle has a classic boxy shape that is accentuated by the chrome details that adorn the bumpers, grill, and windows. The interior of the vehicle features comfortable cloth seating, wood finish accents, and a dash-mounted radio. The vehicle is powered by an air-cooled four-cylinder engine that produces 60 horsepower and gives the vehicle a respectable top speed of 68mph. The vehicle can also be fitted with an optional four-speed manual transmission which adds an extra layer of control to the driving experience. Thanks to its robust design, the Glas-1700 Sedan 1964 these vehicles will continue to be a stylish and reliable mode of transportation for many years to come.

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