The Le Zebre Torpedo Deluxe Type A Cabriolet 1911 is a classic example of the early twentieth century automobile. With its distinctive torpedo-shaped design, this cabriolet was manufactured by the French company, Le Zebre, and was one of their more sought-after models. This vehicle had a 3-space body built on a slightly shortened chassis, making it sleek and stylish. The body was constructed from light and dark steel and the 1909 engine was capable of providing a top speed of 18 mph. The interior boasted quality materials such as fine leather upholstery. The seats are equipped with adjustable levers that allowed the passengers to customize the seating inclination and comfort. The dashboard was made of mahogany wood and the dashboard featured an electric clock and instruments to monitor the speed and fuel usage. The car was completed with the signature Le Zebre logo and designers name engraved on the hood. Functionally, the Le Zebre Torpedo Deluxe Type A Cabriolet 1911 was very reliable. The engine provided a good fuel economy while maintaining adequate speed an impressive feat for its age. The car also had a functioning electrical system that powered the cars accessories, including its headlamps and horn, so it could easily be operated in the dark. Additionally, the large steering wheel and brakes gave drivers excellent control and handling. Overall, the Le Zebre Torpedo Deluxe Type A Cabriolet 1911 was a prestige flying machine of its time. With its stylish looks, variability, and reliable performance, it was an attractive choice for those looking to own a piece of twentieth-century history.
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