1934 Hispano Suiza Berline
One of the most famous of marques of all time, Hispano-Suiza was founded in Barcelona, Spain in 1904,recognizing both its place of origin and the contribution made by its chief designer, the Swiss engineer Marc Birkigt. The Type 68 J12 debuted at the Paris Show in 1931. Introduced at the height of the Depression, the J12 was Birkigt's final masterpiece. The J12 attracted the attention of the Continents' leading coachbuilders, and some of the most outstanding designs of the 1930's are to be found on the J12 chassis. One of only 44 J 12's to exist, this remarkable example wears close-coupled berline (sedan) coachwork by the Paris-based firm of Fernandez et Darrin. A matching numbers car with known history. In 2002 this wonderful automobile has gained a "Best of Class" award at the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d'elegance. Inquire for further info.