The Renault Record Car OW 1926 is a French luxury automobile that was produced in limited numbers during the mid to late 1920s. This rare and beautiful automobile is instantly recognizable for its long, low-slung style with its graceful tapered lines, accented by the long Belgium brass alloy radiator that frames its face. The stunning coachwork was designed and built by French coachwork maker Aubert et Duval. Under the hood is a matching four-cylinder overhead camshaft engine featuring double carburetors and a four-speed transmission. This car was equipped with many advanced features that gave it a taste of the higher priced grand tourers. These features included a self-starter, vibration dampers, automatic engine speed regulator, triple disc clutch, and dashboard-mounted indicators that indicated piston position, oil pressure, and temperature. Styling wise, the Renault Record OW1926 was an elegant and ear catching machine. It featured swept-back wings, polished aluminum headlamps, round taillights, and a low-set grille garnished with chrome trim. The car also had a low slung running board and Delage wire wheels. In addition, it was available as either a two or four door sedan, touring car, or pickup truck. This classic car had definite flair and pizazz, and was equipped with such luxurious touches such as Connolly leather upholstery, wrap around windscreen, and sculpted radiator louvers. Despite its impressive pedigree, the Renault Record OW1926 was affordable and offered excellent value for the money. In fact, some claim that it was the company's best-selling model during the period. Today, the Renault Record OW1926 is sought after by collectors as one of the most beautiful and iconic automobiles ever produced.
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