Here’s a translation. Hope I got the terminology right—you might have to adjust a bit. If you have questions, call.
The chassis was imported to
Since a client for a special body, namely a Cabriolet, could
not be found, this chassis remained in stock for a long time. A firm in
With an extraordinary license, such a frame could be imported. It was mounted by HAENNI ZURICH body builders.
In order to enhance the car’s appearance, the mudguards were modified by adding sheet metal in such a way that the wheels were (“circondées—can’t find this word in my dictionaries) by the fender (or mudguard).
It should also be noted that the imported frame included a sliding roof, if I’m not mistaken.
The first buyer was Mr. v. LILIENCRON, (+), a second owner was a Swissair pilot named GROB. I do not know the life of this car.
There certainly will have been serveal out of series
“Airline Coupe” in