Hispano-Suiza H6B - 4-Door Phaeton
The Hispano-Suiza H6 was built
from 1919 to 1934. During that period approximately 2,500 units
were produced. When introduced in 1919 there were a number of
technical features including: 6-cylinder aluminum engine with
7 main bearings, full pressure lubrication, overhead cam, 12-volt
electrical system. The car also came with 4-wheel brakes with
16-inch aluminum drums with cast-in steel liners. The car also
holds a patent for power-assisted brakes. The interior is unique
to each car. (source of data www.conceptcarz.com)
Fits comfortably in
regular garage with NO ROOM to spare.
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Transport Van for trip to California.
Last car on above the
Hispano was a Morgan Plus 4.