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Pictures of Horch Cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.
1938 Horch 853 Phaeton
1942 Horch Type 40 Military Vehicle
|1942 Horch Type 40 Military Vehicle |
1942 Horch Type 40 Military Vehicle Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 10, 2008 Location: National Military History Center in Auburn, Indiana
1932 Horch V12 Type 670 Sport Cabriolet
|1932 Horch V12 Type 670 Sport Cabriolet |
1932 Horch V12 Type 670 Sport Cabriolet Body by: Glaser Karosserie, Dresden, Germany Blackhawk Auto Museum in Danville, California. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
1939 HORCH 930V PHAETON
|1939 HORCH 930V PHAETON|
1939 HORCH 930V PHAETON PRICE: $300,000 1939 HORCH 930V PHAETON THE HORCH 930V MODELS STARTED AFTER THE "HORCHBL" SERIES CAME TO AN END. THE FIRST 930S WERE BUILT FROM 1937 TO 1939....WITH A V-8 ENGINE AND 82HP OUTPUT. IT HAD ALSO A SHORTER WHEELBASE THAN THE 830BL 3100 MM INSTEAD OF 3350 MM. IN 1938 THE ENGINE OUTPUT WAS INCREASED FROM 82HP TO 92 HP. A TOTAL OF 2054 930V'S WERE BUILT FROM 1937 TO 1939. IN 1939 THE PRODUCTION WAS 795 VEHICLES FOR THAT YEAR. THERE WERE MANY BODY STYLES AVALIBLE, INCLUDING SEDANS, 4-DOOR CABRIOLETS, 2-DOOR CABRIOLETS AND 2-DOOR ROADSTERS (GLASER). THE 1939 930V 4-DOOR OPEN TOURER, THERE WERE VERY FEW PRODUCED, AS A MATTER OF FACT IT WAS NEVER INCLUDED IN THE OFFICIAL SALES LIST OR PROSPECTUS IT WAS A SPECIAL ORDER CAR. THERE ARE ONLY TWO SURVIVORS! ONE IS AT THE MILITARY COLLECTION OF OLIVER BENTFORT IN ENGLAND AND THE OTHER ONE IS THE ONE YOU SEE HERE. For Sale by: The Auto Collections Located in the Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino 3535 Las Vegas Blvd. South Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Phone: 702-794-3174 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.autocollections.com
1938 Horch 853 Phaeton
|1938 Horch 853 Phaeton |
1938 Horch 853 Phaeton Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: March 14, 2010 Location: Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, Amelia Island, Florida Only three Model 853 Phaetons were built by Horch in 1938. Two were destroyed during World War II and this is the only survivor. The 853 was built for the Luftwaffe (German Air Ministry) for use as a parade vehicle. Everything about the vehicle is heavy-duty for use on the Autobahn. It is powered by a five-liter straight eight engine. It has eight forward speeds with a four-speed transmission with a two-speed rear axle. The car was brought to the United States after WWII and the current owners found it in a barn in Virginia. It was restored in 2004.
1940 Horch Type EFm Military Vehicle
|1940 Horch Type EFm Military Vehicle |
1940 Horch Type EFm Military Vehicle Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: November 10, 2008 Location: National Military History Center in Auburn, Indiana
Production of the Horch BL series came to an end in 1936. The 930 series was introduced as the replacement. There were 2,054 930V cars made from 1937 to 1939.