The Peugeot 76I Grand Prix OW 1912 is an impressive classic car adored by vintage car collectors and enthusiasts alike. This early model french car is one of the oldest surviving examples of a vintage Grand Prix racing car, with its sleek aerodynamic design and low centre of gravity. The vehicle has an iconic eye-catching chassis, with a domed fuel tank and two striking, protruding twin rear springs that helped to provide greater stability at higher speeds. The car is also known for its classic and traditional black bodywork, which was upgraded from its original blue version. It sits atop 19" spoke wheels with a front-mounted bonnet radiator with classic grille slats. This is complimented by two large, swept racing wings, a sloping front windshield and the enormously long, bonnet that tapers off towards the back. The grandeur of the car continues with its luxurious interior, adorned with quality interiors such as genuine leather seats that have been meticulously maintained. The engine of this beauty is an ENV 4-cylinder with a capacity of 2700cc that produces an impressive 90 horsepower and an astonishing top speed of 207 kilometers per hour. It features three-speed transmission with a low first gear and a high fourth gear, allowing for a smoother ride. This engine is then coupled with large brakes with four-wheel transmissions to make an incredibly safe and reliable car that can handle even the most demanding of circuits. The Peugeot 76I Grand Prix OW 1912 is a treasured classic car in the vintage grand prix racing world, not just for its looks but also its impeccable handling and performance. Its unique body shape, powerful engine and iconic design have made this classic car a highlight of any luxury car collection.
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