The ZIS 110V Convertible Limousine 1950 is a stunning vehicle that instantly turns heads when it rolls into town. This durable and dependable limousine is a substantial luxury ride, which oozes quality craftsmanship and design excellence from every angle. Constructed from heavy-duty steel, it features a sleek body with clean lines, deep black paint job, and a stand-out chrome grille that is sure to attract attention everywhere it goes. The Interior of the ZIS 110V Convertible Limousine 1950 is a haven of comfort and convenience. It has deep cushioned seating and plenty of legroom, making it the ideal vehicle for long drives and large groups. It also features a sumptuous leather interior and a wealth of authentic wood details, such as mahogany-style dashboard trim, are sure to make every journey a luxurious one. The ZIS 110V Convertible Limousine 1950 is a powerhouse of power and efficiency. It is powered by an 8 cylinder, 110 horsepower ZIS engine that provides ample power and torque. Other features include a four-speed manual transmission, an independent front suspension, and an auto-shift clutch. The car also comes with power assisted brakes, power steering and a top speed of 100km an hour. It is a capable and dependable vehicle that provides a solid and reliable ride. The ZIS 110V Convertible Limousine 1950 is a vehicle that exudes style and sophistication. Its timeless curvy lines and classic look will surely make a memorable impression and will always have a place in the classic limousine style books. Overall this is a timeless classic that is sure to bring an air of grace and class to any occasion.
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