1923 Rickenbacker B6

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1923 Rickenbacker B6

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  • Model
    Rickenbacker B6
  • Year
    1923
  • Condition
    Restored
  • Body Type
    Coupe
  • Fuel Type
    Petrol
  • Power
    n/a
  • Mileage
    0 km
  • Address
    4185 US-11, Malone, NY 12953, United States
  • Country
  • Published
    almost 2 years
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ID
#44719
VIN
N/A
Color
Blue
Metallic
No
Engine
N/A
Engine Number
N/A
Chassis Number
N/A
Gearbox
N/A
Steering Wheel
LHD
Drive Wheels
N/A
1st Reg. Country
N/A
Doors
2/3
Interior Color
Grey

Description

1923 Rickenbacker.
Super rare find! Long term ownership, fully restored by past President of the National Rickenbacker club, only 42 miles on it since done! Rare find, 1 of 2 in the registry! Rickenbacker Motor Company was a US automobile manufacturer based in Detroit, Michigan from 1922 until 1927. The company was established by Eddie Rickenbacker (1890–1973), America's leading fighter ace during World War I. He used his World War I 94th Fighter Squadron emblem depicting a top hat inside a ring. The emblems were located both on the front and the back of the cars. Rickenbacker Motor Company made sporting coupés, touring cars, sedans, and roadsters. Four wheel inside brakes were introduced in 1923. Rickenbacker made an unsuccessful attempt to merge with Peerless around 1924. Early six-cylinder engines were joined in 1925 by an eight-cylinder engine. The model was named Vertical Eight Super Fine which referred to the advanced proprietary engine and the high quality of the cars. 2 Although 1927 saw new models signed 6-70, 8-80 and 8-90, Rickenbacker cars were too expensive for the time and sales were poor. Before the company closed down in 1927, more than 35,000 cars had been built. The manufacturing equipment were sold to Audi and transported to Germany, somewhat ironic since Rickenbacker renounced his supposed German heritage (he was actually of Swiss ancestry) in light of World War I. This transaction was reflected in Audi Zwickau and Dresden models, using six- or eight-cylinder Rickenbacker engines.

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