1921
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  • HISPANO SUIZA H6
    Transformationscabriolet

    • Very rare body ( 2 door Torpedo Belvallette, just 3 x built)
    • Many variations for body style / soft top
    • Interesting window system ( Brevet & Bähr Patent )
    Colour White/ grey
    Interior Leather cream
    Type Cabriolet
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Right
    Location Berlin

    Description:

    In 1904 the investors Mateu and Zaya founded the company Hispano Suiza together with the Geneva-born engineer Marc Birkigt. The reference to the countries Spain and Switzerland in the name and logo of the luxury car manufacturer is intended to show the connection between Spanish capital and Swiss engineering. Many vehicles were manufactured in a plant near Paris. So also this Hispano Suiza H6.

    In the 1920s, Hispano competed with luxury brands such as Rolls Royce, Maybach and Isotta Fraschini. This H6 comes from the Heritage of Heidi Hetzer, a famous Entrepreneur and racing driver from Berlin. She drove the Hispano in numerous rallies and events since 1993. Originally the vehicle was known under the Scottish registration number SV 466. Only three examples of this early version of the H6 Series I with the Belvallette body exist, one is in the collection of Prince Albert in Monaco.

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    Description:

    In 1904 the investors Mateu and Zaya founded the company Hispano Suiza together with the Geneva-born engineer Marc Birkigt. The reference to the countries Spain and Switzerland in the name and logo of the luxury car manufacturer is intended to show the connection between Spanish capital and Swiss engineering. Many vehicles were manufactured in a plant near Paris. So also this Hispano Suiza H6.

    In the 1920s, Hispano competed with luxury brands such as Rolls Royce, Maybach and Isotta Fraschini. This H6 comes from the Heritage of Heidi Hetzer, a famous Entrepreneur and racing driver from Berlin. She drove the Hispano in numerous rallies and events since 1993. Originally the vehicle was known under the Scottish registration number SV 466. Only three examples of this early version of the H6 Series I with the Belvallette body exist, one is in the collection of Prince Albert in Monaco.

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