- Original look
- Aluminum body
- Avant-garde technology
Presented in 1946 at the Paris Motor Show, at the same time as the Renault 4CV, of which it was to be one of the greatest rivals, the Dyna X broke the tradition of Panhard high-end vehicles. Indeed, the brand realized that to last after the war, it would have to market a mass-produced car. The Dyna 110 or X85 will be produced from September 1949 to May 1953. It is powered by a 610 cm3 flat twin developing 28hp, associated with a 4-speed manual gearbox. Based on a steel frame chassis, with an aluminum body, its low weight allows it to travel between 100 and 130 km / h depending on the model. 42,000 copies of Dyna X will be manufactured in 7 years.
The model we are presenting was put into circulation on July 12, 1950. Acquired in 1990, its body was restored a few years ago but its interior is original. A restart of the mechanics will be necessary.
Aguttes – Auction House in Paris
The Autumn Sale 2020 / 13th of December