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Type 35

The Type 35 started out in 1924 as a 2-liter racecar that won numerous races in different categories and under various sets of regulations until 1931.
The last version of this model was a 2.3-liter car with compressor, known as T35 TC or T35B. The T35 was the only automobile of its time that could be driven both on the road and in races.

Type 35
Year of manufacture1924–31
Units builtmore than 300 (all 35 versions)
Engine8-cylinder in-line engine, 3 valve/cylinder, overhead camshafts
Cubic capacity/bore [cm³/mm]199/60 x 88
Compressorno
Carburetor2 Solex
Power [HP at revolutions/min]90 at 5500
Forward gears4
Driveshaft-driven
Front wheel suspensionlive axle, semi-elliptical springs
Back wheel suspensionlive axle,
inverted quarter-elliptical springs
BrakesCable drum brakes
Wheelbase [meters]2.4
Wheel track [meters]1.2
Tire size710 x 90
Weight [kilograms]approx. 750