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Panhard and Mercedes on tour

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Our Panhard Dynamic and Mercedes 170H on tour. Our 1937 Mercedes-Benz 170H and 1938 Panhard Dynamic are in some beautiful company at the Rolling Sculptures – European Art Deco Exhibition at the Savoy Automobile Museum in Cartersville, GA. The exhibit runs from December 5, 2023 – March 31, 2024. If you’re in the area, don’t miss the chance to see our Panhard Dynamic and Mercedes 170H on tour!


Art Deco became a worldwide movement focused on the future, modernizing industrial innovations by embracing a style of elegance and sophistication. It impacted nearly every visual medium. The Art Deco period occurred mainly between the two world wars. The fluidity and grace of Art Deco design complimented the aerodynamic structure of automobiles, typically resulting in two-door coupes and roadsters with sweeping fender lines, long, exaggerated hoods, intricate chrome detailing, prominent headlights, and tapered trunks that reflect the glamour and luxury of this iconic movement. This exhibit showcases 1930’s European Art Deco vehicles. The Savoy Museum Rolling Sculptures Exhibition


Located in the Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg area of west central Florida, the Tampa Bay Automobile Museum, features a unique collection of vintage cars and vehicles that demonstrate special creativity and imagination in their history and engineering. They include pioneering front wheel drive and rear engine cars from the 1920’s and 1930’s, and each vehicle was chosen based on the engineering achievements that made it an important part of the evolution of the automobile. Visitors enjoy an engaging display of engineering, history and art in 19,000 square feet of gallery space.


FEATURED AUTOMOBILES Tracta, Citroën, Panhard, Talbot, Peugeot and Voisin (France); Tatra and Aero (Czechoslovakia); DKW, Audi, Auto Union and Mercedes (Germany); Alvis, Allard, Morgan and BSA (England); DeLorean (Ireland); Stearns-Knight, Willys-Knight, Owen-Magnetic, Franklin, Ford, Cord and Ruxton (USA). A special feature at the Museum is the world’s only faithful and operational reproduction of the French 1770 Fardier de Cugnot, the world’s first self-propelled vehicle.

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