1950 SALMSON S4E

STRENGTH IN HANDLING

1950 SALMSON S4E

STRENGTH IN HANDLING

Production Years: 1938-1951
Country: France
Number Produced: 1,300

Salmson was very well known in earlier times for radial plane engines and later for small “cyclecars” with a respected dual overhead cam engine. The S4E convertible was built in 1950. The engine, from 1952, is made of aluminum with OHC, an electromechanical Cotal gear box and torque bars for the independent front suspension. Today, it still drives like a modern car with excellent handling.

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