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1924 Kellner Amilcar CGS3 Boat Tail . Amilcar took its name from those of its founders, Joseph Lamy and Emile Akar. In 1924, Amilcar introduced the CGS. Powered by a 1,074 cc engine, it featured pressure lubrication and four-wheel brakes. With a top speed of 120 km/hr (75 mph), it became popular in competition, particularly in the United Kingdom.

1924 Kellner Amilcar CGS3 Boat Tail . Amilcar took its name from those of its founders, Joseph Lamy and Emile Akar. In 1924, Amilcar introduced the CGS. Powered by a 1,074 cc engine, it featured pressure lubrication and four-wheel brakes. With a top speed of 120 km/hr (75 mph), it became popular in competition, particularly in the United Kingdom.

Amilcar CG3S Boat Tail (1924) a Petit Sport with staggered seating for two, achieved success in hill climbs, with body by the Kellner Coachbuilding Company

Amilcar CG3S Boat Tail (1924) a Petit Sport with staggered seating for two, achieved success in hill climbs, with body by the Kellner Coachbuilding Company

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