100 Jahre Horch Automobile


Author: Jurgen Ponisch
Date of Publication: 2000

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The Horch cars were the best-selling cars in the German Empire of the 1930s in the upper class. The company, founded in Zwickau in 1904 by August Horch, only built passenger cars with eight-cylinder engines from 1927, of which more than 13,900 respectively respectively. 850 with up to 5 litre in-line engines and from 1933 more than 11,600 Horch 830/930 with smaller V-engines.

Horch passenger cars were by far the market leader in front of the Mercedes or Maybach cars and the Horch 600/670, in addition to the Maybach Zeppelin DS 8, the only German passenger cars with a twelve-cylinder engine.

The full story of the marque, with extensive photography. Text in German. Hardback in generally very good condition with good dust jacket. Previous owner inscription to inside cover.

Additional information

Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 28 × 25 × 2 cm