1922 Hispano-Suiza H6B Skiff-Torpedo

January, 2017 § Leave a comment

Another car from one of my favourite brands: Hispano-Suiza, from Barcelona. Hispano-Suiza was known for refined chassis featuring the latest automotive innovations. When the H6 was introduced in 1919, it was one of the highest-quality chassis in the world and ans enormous six- cylinder engine built with traditional Hispano-Suiza refinement devoid of avant-garde technology.


1935 Hispano-Suiza K6 Cabriolet

February, 2014 § Leave a comment

If you see a hood orndament shaped as a flying stork… then you are looking a beauty from Hispano-Suiza, a company headquartered in Barcelona.  This gorgeous 1935 K6 Cabriolet, designed by Carrosserie Brandone, has a 125 bhp  5,184 cc inline six-cylinder engine. An also has an  heritage of concours successes.

1938 Hispano Suiza Dubonnet Xenia

April, 2011 § 1 Comment

Probably my favorite car from the 30’s. An incredible design from the 30’s!  I hope u like this car so much as i do, and remember while u watch the pics… it was designed in 1938, it looks like is a lot much modern.

The H6 offered luxury, speed and refinement. Many of Hispano Suiza’s European competitors like Rolls Royce or Bentley offered one or two of these ingredients, but not until the late 1920s did another manufacturer come up to par with the H6. This complete package did not come cheaply and for a while the H6 was the most expensive European car available.

1924 Hispano Suiza H6C Tulip Wood Torpedo

April, 2011 § 2 Comments

I’m proud to post the second car of brand born in the same city i was born… Barcelona. “Hispano Suiza” (Spanish-Switzerland) produced luxury cars and world famous aviation engines.  With the creation of the H-6 (the most advanced car of the world in that moment), in this early post-war years, the manufacturer started to use his symbol, “stork”, bacause of the war triumphs in the air battles during the war.

Enjoy the pics of this nice car with a wood lightweight body suitable for racing. And a pic of the stork.

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