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Panhard Cars - 1938 Panhard Dynamic
Pictures of Panhard Cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.

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1906 Panhard et LeVassor Type Q
1906 Panhard et LeVassor Type Q
         



1954 Panhard Ghia-Aigle Prototype

1954 Panhard Ghia-Aigle Prototype
1954 Panhard Ghia-Aigle Prototype Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
by Douglas

1961 Panhard PL17 Saloon

1961 Panhard PL17 Saloon
1961 Panhard PL17 Saloon Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
by Douglas

1901 Panhard Racing Machine

1901 Panhard Racing Machine
1901 Panhard Racing Machine Engine: 4-Cylinder Panhard Bore: 3.58 inches Stroke: 5.11 inches Displacement: 192.3 Cubic Inches Between 1895 and 1903 almost every motor race of consequence either took place in France or was of French inspiration. During this period speeds of the competing cars rose dramatically from the sputtering 18 miles per hour of Emile Levassor's 1.2 liter Panhard to the thunderous 90 miles per hour on the 13.7 liter Panhard that De Knyff drove in the Gordon Bennett Cop of 1903. This Panhard is the same vintage as the one Etienne Giraud and his mechanic drove to victory in the 1901 Paris to Berlin race at an average speed of 35.5 miles per hour. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
by Douglas

1954 Panhard Dyna Junior Roadster

1954 Panhard Dyna Junior Roadster
1954 Panhard Dyna Junior Roadster Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Location: Lane Motor Museum, Nashville, Tennessee
by Douglas

1906 Panhard et LeVassor Type Q

1906 Panhard et LeVassor Type Q
1906 Panhard et LeVassor Type Q This original Grand Prix chassis (only one built) was shipped to Harvey du Crox in London. He was Chairman of Gordon Bennett Races. This was his personal automobile and it was the most expensive car built in 1906. The chassis alone was $12,250. The coachwork came from Regent Carriage Company, and ran the total cost to $16,750. Harvey also owned Mercedes-Benz of England, Dunlop Tires, and the Regent Body Company as well. Photo By: Douglas Wilkinson Date: March 14, 2010 Location: Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance, Amelia Island, Florida
by Douglas

1938 Panhard Dynamic

1938 Panhard Dynamic
1938 Panhard Dynamic Location: 2009 Concours d'Elegance Amelia Island, Florida Date: March 15, 2009 Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
by Douglas

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