Red Livery Exterior PaintMatching Tan Top and InteriorFront Bucket
Seats20,047 Miles Shown on OdometerTwo Glaser Kabbriolett
Bodies2.3L Six Cylinder EngineFour-Speed Manual
TransmissionLightweight Rigid ChassisFour-Wheel Independent
SuspensionTop Speed of 75 MPH1 of 5,900 Manufactured This Steyr 220
Kabbriolett features red livery with a tan top and tan interior
that presents very well for a vehicle of this era. With the front
bucket seats, the 220 can accommodate five passengers and
shows32,264 KM (20,047 miles) on the odometer.Of the two Glaser
Kabbriolett bodies offered in the 220, this is the sportier version
as witnessed by the extremely small rear window and the longer
doors giving more of a sweeping, streamlined appearance. Debuting
in 1937, the Steyr 220 was a product of the Stey-Daimler-Puch
company of Austria and considered an extremely advanced design for
the times. Offered in four body styles-a four door five passenger
limousine, a four door five passenger Kabbriolett and a pair of two
door Kabbriolett models with bodies from Glaser Coachworks in
Dresden, Germany-the Steyr 220 was the last pre-war model offered
by the company. The midsized vehicle was powered by a 2.3L
six-cylinder engine backed by a four-speed manual transmission.
Featuring a lightweight rigid chassis and four-wheel independent
suspension, the Steyr 220 would have been considered a performance
car of the time capable of a top speed of 75 MPH (120 KPH). A total
of 5,900 Steyr 220's were manufactured over the four-year
production run that ended in 1941 with the start of World War II,
with no specific breakdown by body style. During that war, the
Steyr 220 was a very popular vehicle among the top Nazi commanders
and officers and one provided the transportation for one of the
very few successful escapes from the famed German prison camp
1939 Steyr 220 Kabbriolett
Exterior Color:Red Livery Paint
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