PANHARD 70hp car range and history
|Vehicle technical details|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine and Powertrain|
|Engine Type:||four vertical cylinders|
The PANHARD 70hp car was built in 1902 the Country of Origin was France. The car was used for early races from the time.
The Panhard 70hp won the big-car class in the 1902 Paris—Vienna race, driven by Henry Farman who also came overall second. In all no fewer than eight of these models took part, and de Knyff averaged
87.5km/h (54.5mph) for the first part of the race trom Paris to Belfort. Another success was in the Circuitdes Ardennes when Charles Jarrott won by a 60-hp Mors.
The engine driven to the rear wheels by chain drive had a capacity of 13,672cc with four vertical cylinders; side valves (automatic inlets), three per cylinder
Gearbox a four-speed Bore & Stroke: 160 x 170mm Chassis: a simple flitchplate frame, with engine bolted on to it