The Gläser company built luxurious and high-priced convertible body shells in single or batch production for chassis built, among others, by Maybach, Mercedes-Benz, Horch, Audi, Wanderer, Opel, Steyr and General Motors. Among the well-off customers were industrialists, businessmen, politicians or actors, who would sometimes even order custom-built cars from Gläser. With its well-shaped and extravagant convertible bodies, the Dresden-based company evolved into a world-renowned car body manufacturer in the 1930s.
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1937 Alfa Romeo 6C 2300 B Gran Turismo
- Coachbuilder: Gläser-Karosserie
- Chassis n°: 813079
- Engine n°: 823168