VOLO AUTO MUSEUM
27582 VOLO VILLAGE RD
These rare little cars built in France from 1922-1926. First productions were only offered in yellow. It is largely regarded as the car that put France on wheels. This little Boattail is packed with charisma and charm. The yellow body is delightfully cheerful and characteristic of the working man's car. Powered by 4 cylinder engine with 3-speed manual transmission - top speed 37 mph. Ceased production in 1926 in spite of a reputation for being a robust, durable, efficient car that fit in the budget of the working man. This one appears to be est. 15-year-old restoration, clad in yellow and black. Paint very presentable as well as the interior. Little Boattail and a rare car. A great attention piece to complete any serious collection. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for more vehicle information.
2 Wheel Drum Brakes
"Duck Tail" Coachwork
Black Leather Interior
Steel Disc Wheels
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