The Simca Sizaire ET Naudin Grand Prix OW 1912 was a remarkable vehicle from the early days of automobile production. Produced from 1912-1917, the Sizaire ET Naudin was considered to be one of the most advanced cars of its era, and one of the first of its kind to be powered by an internal combustion engine. It was a two-seater luxury sports car, and was fitted with a four-cylinder engine that could reach speeds of up to 75 miles per hour. The body of the Sizaire ET Naudin was constructed from pressed steel components and had a traditional French coachwork style, with its long bonnet and sweeping lines. The interior was elegantly designed, featuring wood-inlaid dashboards, leather upholstery, and lavish trimmings. The four-cylinder engine was coupled to a three-speed manual transmission, driving the rear wheels. The car was praised for its performance and innovative features, such as its advanced starting system which allowed for easier starts than previous cars. It was also lauded for its refinement and ability to keep its occupants in comfort and luxury during journeys, with many remarking on the cars smooth ride, even at speeds close to 70 mph. The Simca Sizaire ET Naudin Grand Prix OW 1912 is an historic vehicle, and a reminder of the early days of automobile production when luxury and performance went hand in hand.
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