The Panhard & Levassor OW 1904 was, in many ways, a revolutionary automobile from the early days of motoring. It was the first car to offer a powerful, reliable, and efficient motor to car owners. It was the first car to feature a four-cylinder engine, double overhead camshafts, and an unusual cross-car drive system, a result of the excellent and innovative engineering of brothers René and Marcel Panhard. This French automobile is easy to recognize through its extremely short wheelbase and stylish wooden bodywork, built in the signature style of the brothers. This early automobile also offered one of the most advanced driving experiences of its era. It had a comfortable, if not luxurious, interior, featuring adjustable suspension, a flat dash, and plenty of room for passengers and luggage. The Panhard & Levassor OW 1904 also had impressive performance, thanks to its revolutionary four-cylinder engine, which was able to achieve speeds of up to 65 mph. And, although it was not the most reliable car of its era, the Panhard & Levassor OW 1904 was a car that demanded attention and respect as one of the ground-breaking cars of motoring's infancy.
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