Blue VW Karmann Ghia Cabriolet and green Triumph TR4 Cabriolet oldertimers


Blue VW Karmann Ghia Cabriolet and green Triumph TR4 Cabriolet oldertimers spot in Zwischenahn (Germany)

VW Karmann Ghia Cabriolet
Year of construction: 1955-1974
Manufactured in: Osnabrück, Germany
Info: The first generation Volkswagen Ghia's contain techniques from the Volkswagen Beetle. The first model 'Type 14' came on the market with the name VW Karmann Ghia. The design, however, was from the Italian design agency 'Ghia'.
Engine specifications in 1955: Volkswagen Beetle boxer engine with 22kW (30 hp) with a maximum speed of barely 120 km/h (75 mph).
Engine specifications in 1960: Volkswagen Beetle boxer engine with 25kW (34 hp) with a maximum speed of up to 130 km/h (80 mph).
Engine specifications in 1740: Volkswagen Beetle boxer engine with 37kW (35 hp) with a maximum speed of 140 km/h (86 mph).

Triumph TR4 Cabriolet
Year of construction: 1961-1965
Manufactured in: United Kingdom and Australia
Info: This old-timer sports car was produced by the Triumph Motor Company. The design was done by Giovanni Michelotti. During the development of this car it was given the code name 'Zest'.
Engine specifications: Standard inline four engine (originally built for the 'Ferguson TE20' tractor). 78kW (105 hp) for the 2.0 liter. 150 kW (200 hp) for the 2.2 liter. Maximum speed 180 km/h (110 mph)

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