Glas 1300 GT – 1964

Glas 1300 GT - 1964


Glas 1300 GT – 1964


Marca : Hans Glas GmbH
Modello : 1300 GT
Versione : Coupé
Anno : 1964
Telaio N. : —
Motore N. : —
Esemplari prodotti : 5.013
Designer : 

Motore : 4 cilindri in linea
Cilindrata : 1.290 cc
Distribuzione : OHC
Valvole Cilindro : 2
Alimentazione : 2 carb. Solex
Potenza : 75 CV a 5.500 giri/min
Top speed Km/h : 170


Images courtesy of Arthur Bechtel


Glas 1300 GT - 1964

The Glas GT is a sports coupé produced by Hans Glas GmbH at Dingolfing. The car was first presented as the Glas 1300 GT in September 1963 at the Frankfurt Motor Show, with volume production starting in March 1964. The much rarer cabriolet version appeared in May 1965 and a larger engined 1700 GT in May 1965.

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

Deliveries of the Glas 1300GT began in March 1964. The body was designed by the Piedmontese firm Frua of Moncalieri. The body shells were built in Moncalierei by coach builders Maggiora, then shipped to the Glas factory at Dingolfing for final assembly. The 1,290 cc engine was a bored-out version of the modern unit that had powered the manufacturer’s 1004 model since 1962, with an overhead camshaft . Claimed power output at this point was 55 kW (75 PS) which provided a top speed of 170 km/h (106 mph).

In September 1965 maximum power was increased to 62.5 kW (85 PS). The car was fitted with larger wheels and the top speed rose to 175 km/h (109 mph).

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964

 

Glas 1300 GT - 1964


 

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