il127 1/43 Horch 710 Spezial Roadster 1934 Reinbolt & Christé sn74012

il127 1/43 Horch 710 Spezial Roadster 1934 Reinbolt & Christé sn74012

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The first owner Karl Büssing, the Consul General of Australia in Germany bought the chassis of this Horch 710 sn74012 in 1932, but it was only two years later that it was bodied by Reinbolt & Christé, a small company based in Switzerland. They made a superb roadster whose lines a bit eccentric evoke the French achievements of Saoutchik or Figoni-Falaschi.

The car then passed through several hands, before being requisitioned by the German authorities. It finds itself in Paris, where it was a service car for dignitaries in uniform. After its military period, after World War II it incorporated an important Dutch collection. She crossed the Atlantic in 1953 in New York before returning to the Old Continent in 1972,

It won the public award at Meadow Brook Hall and was present at the inauguration of the new Audi Center in Auburn, Michigan. It won her class at the Eastern U.S Concours d'Elegance (Burn Foundation Award). Meanwhile, on March 12, 1991 it obtained the Status Classic by the C.C.C.A (Classic Car Club America) which confirms its authenticity (chassis, engine and bodywork of origin).

After the restoration Karin and Rolf Meyer were honored at the Monte Carlo Elegance Competition of 1998 and received their prize from Prince Albert of Monaco (event immortalized in the "Sonntags Journal" of November 15, 1998).

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