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For sale: BENZ  BLITZEN  PROJET DE L'ESTAMPE MAQUETTE GOUACHE

BENZ BLITZEN PROJET DE L'ESTAMPE MAQUETTE GOUACHE

Maquettes original drawing and sketching from RUDEAUX Henri Edmond
( 1865 - 1927 )

Asking reference: 10942
Printer, publisher or brands: HAND MADE - FAIT MAIN
Creation date: 1909
Size: 35,5 X 17,7 (inches) / 90.0 x 45.0 (cm)
Condition backing / Material :Paper (not mounted)
Condition: A (very fine)
Price: 16 500.00
BEAUTIFUL AND RARE PROJECT OF THE SPORTS ARTS EDITIONS ESTABLISHMENT MABILEAU FOR THE RECORD OF THE BLITZEN BENZ BROOKLANDS CIRCUIT 1909: the Frenchman Victor Hémery establishes on November 9th an average speed homologated of 202.7 km / h on the kilometer with the number 1 (circuit of Brooklands), the biggest ever reached on earth, in the water, or in the air (with the first electric record5). He is the first man to exceed 200 km / h, from the half mile crosses at 205.666 km / h. In 1909 the management of the firm built, largely by the engineer Julius Ganss, a vehicle to cross the wall of 200 km / h, from the engine of the 150 PS used in Grand Prix, 150HP of power (110 kW, note that this car gets in May 1908 the first two places of Saint-Petersburg-Moscow, with new factory drivers Victor Hémery and Victor Demogeot). To this end, the cubic capacity increases to 21.5 liters. In its first version the engine produced 184 hp (132 kW) at a speed of 1500 rpm, quickly giving 200 hp (147 kW) at 1600 rpm (maximum speed 1,650 rpm), for a weight of 407 kg (torque 36 mkg at 1,000 rpm, bore × piston stroke 185 × 200 mm, compression ratio 1: 5,8, for 2 Bosch D4 magneto ensuring ignition). Blitzen Benz Flag Brand: German Empire Benz & Cie Years of production 1909-10, 1912-13, 1918, 1935 and 2004 Production 6 copies Sport class Mannheim assembly plant (s) Engine and transmission 4-stroke 4-stroke engine (line, 407 kg) Cylinder capacity 21,500 cm3 Maximum power 200 hp Maximum torque over 875 Nm Two-channel transmission 4-speed gearbox Weight and performance Curb weight 1,450 kg Maximum speed around 230 km / h Chassis - Bodywork Bodywork (s) white Dimensions Length 4,820 mm Width 1 600 mm Height 1 280 mm Wheelbase 2,800 mm AV / AR channels 1330 mm / 1320 mm The Blitzen-Benz, or Benz 200 PS (literally German, Benz-Éclair), is a racing vehicle produced by Benz & Cie for motor racing that broke several ground speed records before the First World War, and which also became a Grand Prix car.
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