Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet – 1952

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952


Cabriolet – 1952


Marca : Rometsch
Modello : Beeskow
Versione : Sport Cabriolet
Anno : 1952
Telaio N. : —
Motore N. : —
Esemplari prodotti : 170
Designer : Beeskow

Carrozzeria : Rometsch
Motore : 4 cilindri Boxer
Cilindrata : 1.131 cc
Distribuzione : OHV
Valvole Cilindro : 2
Alimentazione : Carb.
Potenza : 25 CV
Top speed Km/h : 110




Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

Karosserie Friedrich Rometsch from Berlin – Halensee was a German coach builder. The company made body constructions on existing chassis.

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

The company was founded in 1924. Initially the company benefited from the fact that many clients only acquired a motorized chassis. Then they searched for a “ Wagenbauer” who could build the body according to their ideas. This habit ended in the late , when it was customary to buy complete cars directly at the car manufacturers.

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

In the early Rometsch built versions of the VW Beetle

The Rometsch Beeskow was produced between 1950 and 1957, and was considered the ‘Volkswagen for high society. A lot of celebrities drove the cars, like the King of Sweden, Gregory Peck, and Audrey Hepburn. The aluminum-bodied sports car was never officially blessed by Wolfsburg, and, in fact, VW refused to supply the long-established coachbuilders with the rolling chassis and other parts needed, so they were forced to buy complete VWs through their 50 employees.

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

Estimates have been made that around 170 of these cars were produced with about 30 cars remaining.

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952

 

Rometsch Beeskow Cabriolet - 1952


 

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