Vintage Cars. Benz 1886. Steam Engine Car. Music Let Me Call You Sweetheart Barbershop Quartet. Powerpoint by Jack Cross. Used t he Daimler internal combustion engine. PEUGEOT 1892 FRENCH.
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Vintage Cars Benz 1886 Steam Engine Car Music Let Me Call You Sweetheart Barbershop Quartet Powerpoint by Jack Cross
Used t he Daimler internal combustion engine PEUGEOT 1892 FRENCH
Gottlieb Daimler 1834 – 1900) was an engineer, in Schorndorf (Kingdom of Württemberg, a federal state of the German Confederation), in what is now Germany. He was a pioneer of internal-combustion engines and automobile development. He invented the first high-speed petrol engineand the first four-wheel automobile. In 1885 he designed a precursor of the modern petrol (gasoline) engine which he subsequently fitted to a two-wheeler, the first internal combustionmotorcycle and, in the next year, to a stagecoach, . In 1900 Daimler the company now is the present day Daimler-Benz AG,
French one Cylinder Hurtu Dos A Dos 1896
In 1903 Spyker introduced the extremely advanced 60/80 HP. It was the first car with a six-cylinder engine as well as permanent four-wheel drive and four-wheel brakes Netherlands
Darracq S.A. was a French motor vehicle company Darracq vehicles won the 1905 Vanderbilt Cup at long Island NY . A 1906 Darracq V8 won the Datona Beach race clocked at 122 MPH Darracq 9 CV Tonneau 1902
FRENCH 1898 Panhard Levassor Lanaulet In 1891, the company built their first all-Levassor design, a "state of the art" model:
1896Panhard ET LevassorWagonette Two Cylinders
1902 Lavassor 7 CV Bicylindre – Voiturette Par Clement Rothschild
De Dion Burton 1905 FRENCH Click Here for More about De Dion
In 1900, De Dion-Bouton was the largest automobile manufacturer in the world, producing 400 cars and 3,200 engines that year; a factory was opened in Brooklyn, New York, making De Dion cars for the U.S. Motor Carriage market Company. . The company soon began producing Internal combustion engines and licenses for other automobile companies with an estimate of 150 makes using them. By 1904 some 40,000 engines had been supplied across Europe. That year, de Dion's factory employed 1,300 and produced more than 2,000 cars a year,all by hand. The assembly line had not yet been introduced.
French Four Cylinder 1912 Berliet 28 CV
Steam Powered Cars In the early 1900s, an American named Frank Gardner collaborated with Leon Serpollet, a well-known French engineer, in setting up a factory to produce steam cars. Serpollet had devised an oil-fired multi-tube flash boiler in 1888, which raised steam relatively quickly by means of immediate evaporation via heated tubes. . The oil-fired flash boiler fed steam to a very advanced four-cylinder enclosed engine similar to the contemporary gasoline engine design including poppet valves and an enclosed crankcase. Serpollet's invention was succesful enough that he was able to break the world land speed record in 1902 driving a steam-powered car known as the Paques' (Easter Egg) at 77.06 mph at Nice. Gardner and Serpollet's cars were built in six and eight-cylinder versions until 1907, when Serpollet's death and the growing popularity of petrol-engined cars brought an end to the venture.
French This was a steam powered car and it set the world Speed rocord at 77 MPH in 1902
The Stanley Steamer The Car ran near silent and with no vibrations In 1906 a Land Speed Record for steam powered vehicles was set at Ormond (now called Daytona) Beach, Florida, by the Stanley works driver, Fred Marriott, in a modified steam race car. His terminal speed of 127.66 MPH was the fastest that ANY human being had ever achieved in a motor vehicle. In a later attempt the car was wrecked and the driver nearly killed. Before the crash the car was traveling at an estimated 150 mph. The Stanley brothers gave up racing after that near fatality. His Steam Land Speed Record lived on for almost 80 years. It was only bettered in when Bob Barber, another American, raised the record to 145.607 MPH in a modern steam turbine car. American – 1912 Steam powered Car The Stanley Motor Carriage Company was a manufacturer of steam engine vehicles; it operated from 1902 to 1924. The cars made by the company were colloquially called Stanley Steamers,
Clinton H. Atkinson of Penacook isn't worried about gasoline - that's a 1923 Stanley Steamer he and Mrs. Atkinson are showing the big seven-passenger steamer is the pride and joy of the Atkinsons. Since 1911, the family has had a dozen of them, but the 1923 model is the best of the lot. Its motor and all-aluminum body are in perfect condition. The engine produces 500 pounds of steam.
1900 Producing cars since 1899. Renault was founded by Louis Renault Renault Tonneau ,
British 1904 Arrol Johnston 3 cyl 20 HP Limousine with detachable top
1899 French GobronBrillieBelges Bicylindre
HENRY FORD’S FIRST CAR On June 4, 1896 in a tiny workshop behind his home on 58 Bagley Avenue, Henry Ford put the finishing touches on his gasoline-powered motor car. After more than two years of experimentation, Henry Ford at the age of thirty-two, had completed his first experimental automobile. He dubbed his creation the "Quadricycle," so named because it ran on four bicycle tires. The success of the little vehicle fueled Ford's automobile ambitions, leading ultimately to the founding of Ford Motor Company in 1903. Ford Motor Company set the world Standard with the aassembly line 1904 Cadillac Model B
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