1933 Hispano Suiza J12
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This car was originally owned by Count Trossi, a well-known European sportsman and race car driver. Subsequent owners included Charles Weymann, who invented the patented Weymann Coachwork Construction system. In 1952, it was acquired by Charles Chayne, Chief Engineer of General Motors and a prominent automobile collector. In 1972, it passed to Jules Heumann. In the 1990s, the car was owned by German collector Berthold Kuckwarth, who showed it extensively in Europe.
The present owner acquired the car in December of 2000. A complete restoration to its original colors and specifications was completed by Classic Car Services of Oxford, Maine, in 2008.
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|Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance||European Classic Pre-War||Best in Class : European Classic Pre-War|
|58th Annual Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance||J3 - European Classic Closed||Class Awards : Class J-3 European Classic Closed|