TAG dedicated to the cars with Coupe De Ville body. Coupé de ville — also known as town car or sedanca de ville — is a car body style produced mostly from 1908 to 1939 with an external or open-topped driver's position and an enclosed compartment for passengers. Although the different terms may have once had specific meanings for certain car manufacturers or countries, the terms are often used interchangeably.
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1929 Bugatti Type 41 Royale Coupé Napoleon
- Coachbuilder: Bugatti
- Chassis n°: 41100
- Engine n°: 41141
CITÉ DE L'AUTOMOBILE - NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM - SCHLUMPF COLLECTION (FR)
1952 Rolls Royce Phantom IV Sedanca de Ville
- Coachbuilder: Hooper & Co
- Chassis n°: 4AF20
- Engine n°: P10A
Ion Tiriac (RO)