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04/30/15
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Horch

Image total: 21
Horch Type 350 1928/1930 Sports Cabriolet with 4,0 litre 8-cylinder engine
Horch 420
Horch 830 BL Sedan-Cabriolet with V-8-Motor
Horch Type 303 1926/1927 with 3.2 litre 8-cylinder engine. The first production 8-cylinder engine in Germany
Horch Typ 853 A, 1939, 5 l, 8 Zylinder (Reihe), 120 PS
Horch Type 930 V, 1938 with 3.8 litre V8-cylinder engine
A filling station on the German "autobahn" at the end of the Thirties: A Horch 853 Sport-Cabriolet (1935 - 1940) is having its tank filled with the petrol (gasoline) and benzene mixture that was in use at that time
Horch 930 V saloon, 3.8 l, 8 cylinder (V-engine), 92 hp
Horch 830 BL, Pullman saloon, 3.5 l, 8 cylinder (V-engine), 82 hp
Horch 830 BL cabriolet, 3.5 l, 8 cylinder (V-engine), 82 hp
Horch 8, type 350 roadster cabriolet, 3.9 l, 8 cylinder (inline) 80 hp
Horch 25/55 hp, bus operated by the Royal Status Railways of Saxony, 4 cylinder (inline), 55 hp
Horch 11/22 hp, "Torpedo", 2.7 l, 4 cylinder (inline), 22 hp, August Horch behind the wheel for the Prince Heinrich Run
Horch Model 1, "vis-à-vis", 2 cylinder, 4-5 hp, August Horch behind the wheel
Horch 10/35 hp, 2.6 l, 4 cylinder (inline), 35 hp
Horch 670 sport cabriolet, 6 l, 12 cylinder (V-engine), 120 hp
Horch 14/40 hp, saloon limousine, 4 cylinder 1913 model
August Horch (leaning against the car) following victory in the 1906 Herkomer Run in the Horch 11/22 hp, 2.7 litre four-cylinder inline engine
Horch 853 sport cabriolet, 5 l, 8 cylinder (inline), 120 hp
Horch 8-cylinder inline engine, 5 l, 100 hp (Status: 1935-1936), 120 hp (Status: 1937-1940)
Audi history at a glance: Horch 830 BL,1938; DKW3=6F91, 1953; NSU Prinz 30, 1959; Wanderer W25K, 1937; Audi Front 225, 1936 (left to right).
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