The Peugeot GP OW 1913, a classic early 20th century racing car design, was designed with superior engineering and craftsmanship. It was built to be a powerful barrier-breaking race car that delivered stunning performance and power. This iconic machine, which was light yet robust with its frame and body crafted out of steel and aluminium, is remembered by classic car enthusiasts around the world. The exterior of the Peugeot GP OW 1913 exudes classic aesthetics with its sleek and debonair curves, adding to the aura of sophistication associated with this renowned classic. It features four- wheel drive and two-speed gears for better control when racing, as well as a six-cylinder engine and a bore of 75.0 mm and stroke of 125.0 mm for an impressive 40 hp of power. It also boasts a top speed of 73 km/h, making it one of the fastest race cars from this era. This iconic classic car is renowned for its strength and reliability, with a long-lasting frame that stands up to the extreme conditions often imposed by racing. The Peugeot GP OW 1913 also featured a lightweight aluminum alloy chassis with advanced suspension and braking systems which allowed it to handle even the toughest racing terrains. Beautifully styled with its deep blue exterior that is contrasted with a generously-spaced tan leather-wrapped interior, this luxurious classic car is definitely a head-turner. Collectors from all over the world admire and own this befitting emblem of elegance and sophistication. The Peugeot GP OW 1913 is a classic that will continue to stand the test of time and remain an iconic symbol for vintage car aficionados.
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