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Title: Volvo Jakob 1927
Size: 7.7 x 5.5 cm
Material: Magnet Sheet, Offset
Description:
The first series-manufactured Volvo, an OV4 nicknamed Jakob, left the factory on Hisingen in Gothenburg on April 14th, 1927. An epoch in Swedish industrial history had begun. The Jakob was based on an American design and had a powerful chassis and live axles with long leaf springs at the front and rear. The four-cylinder engine developed 28 hp at 2000 rpm. Its top speed was 90 kph, but Volvo recommended a cruising speed of 60 kph. The car had 20" artillery type wheels, with wooden spokes in their natural colour and detachable rims. The open 5-seater body had four doors and was covered in sheet steel on a frame of ash and copper beech. The upholstery was made of leather.

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Title: Daimler Stahlradwagen 1889
Size: 7.7 x 5.5 cm
Material: Magnet Sheet, Offset
Description:
A major step ahead in automotive development was taken by Daimler and Maybach. With his second car Daimler had straight away progressed to a two-cylinder engine. The Stahlradwagen had a tubular-steel frame which at the same time served to circulate the cooling water. It was also the first car with a mechanical transmission which acted directly on the rear axle. The top speed was 18 kph. Its displacement is 565 cc. and overhead intake valves with automatically operating side exhaust valves. The chasis is tubular steel frame with the solid rubber tyres; front 900 mm diam., rear 1000 mm. diam. and 1400 mm wheelbase.

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Title: Mercer Raceabout 1911
Size: 7.7 x 5.5 cm
Material: Magnet Sheet, Offset
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The Mercer Company was formed in 1909 and went into production in 1910 in New Jersey. The first Mercers were thundering machines with a monocle windshield, a round gas tank and two bucket seats in between. The body consisted of a hood and arched fenders, usually painted bright yellow. These cars were called Raceabouts. The first Mercer rolled out the door in 1910. In 1911Mercers were entered in six major motoring events and came home victorious in five. The light weight, eager Beaver L-head and 300 cubic inch piston displacement T-head engines helped Mercer set class world records, eight of which were set by racing legend Ralph DePalma. Early models used an engine made by the Beaver Manufacturing Co. but this was replaced by a very powerful Mercer designed "T head" engine in 1911. Its low and out-in-the-open body style was the configuration used for sports cars the world over until the mid-1950s.

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