The Hispano-Suiza K6 went into production in 1933. The engine - a new 5184cc inline six-cylinder creation with overhead valve - was designed by Rodolphe Herrmann, who worked with Marc Birkigt, the company's founder, on the design team. The new engine....[continue reading]
This handsome automobile was especially created for the 1935 Paris Auto Show and was indeed one of the jewels of that show. The accent trim line on the body is 24K Gold Plate and the rest of the exterior appointments are of German silver. This car ....[continue reading]
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Chassis #: 16035
Drop Head Coupe
The Spanish automotive and engineering firm, Hispano-Suiza, had a reputation for their luxury cars and their aviation engines in the pre-World War II period.
The Hispano-Suiza K6, often referred to as the 30HP, was introduced in the early 1930s. It was available on two platform sizes, a short or long frame. The K6 served as a replacement for the Ballot and provided its customers a less-expensive option to their J12 flagship model.
Powering the K6 was an overhead valve, 5.2-liter engine that was designed by Marc Birkigt and featured overhead valves. Power was in the neighborhood of 120 horsepower. By Daniel Vaughan | Sep 2011Recent Vehicle Additions