|1922 to 1928|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||1004 cc four-cylinder|
|Transmission||Three speed manual|
|Wheelbase||96.5 in (2,450 mm)|
The Amilcar C4 is a light sporting car designed for road use made between 1922 and 1928 by the French Amilcar company. The chassis is a lengthened version of that of the Amilcar CC model. Coachwork for this vehicle was originally made only by external builders and sent to the factory.
Amilcar C4 1924 engine view
It is powered by a 1043 cc four-cylinder engine with a 58.0 millimetres (2.3 in) bore, a 95.0 millimetres (3.7 in) stroke, and a magneto ignition. The vehicle has three speeds and runs on rear wheel drive. The suspension uses semi-elliptic leaf springs in both the front and real as well as fitted friction type dampers.
The 1924 Amilcar C4 side view