The World's Oldest Running Car
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The De Dion is capable of reaching 38 mph (61 km/h) - much faster than a horse-drawn carriage.

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It’s pretty amazing that this 127 year old automobile is still around, alive and working.  Pre-dating Gottlieb Daimler’s auto by at least two years, this French beauty may well be worth the 4.62 million dollars that was paid for it at a recent auction.  In 1887, the Count of Dion drove it in the world's first motor car race, where he was the only entrant!  He averaged a speed of 16mph at the race from Paris to Versailles, reaching 37mph on the straight paths.  Tech Specs:  - Steam engine takes 45 minutes before its ready  - Engine powered by paper, wood and coal  - Range: 20 miles on one tank of water.
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