Steyr 220 Glaser Cabrio Sport 1938

The third generation of automobiles, with appearance of which Stair again became a rentable product, which was constructed and designed with certified engineer Carl Enshke (1899-1969), who worked from 1922 with Stair and from 1930 was the head constructor, successor of Dr. Porsche. Four and Six-cylinder models of this line are characterized with its technology and form with their unusual medium details, which were beloved with wide range of customers. During engine manufacturing, Enshke followed Porsche conception. The only exception is the fact that for the purpose economy of financial means to the given four cylinders he added standing valves. There was new undercarriage with one torsional-tough platform-frame and with cross spring of front axle, and with renewed pendulum-back axle.

Theis Steyr 220 Glaser Sport is not a usual vehicle of Austrian production. The one was produced on special demand on Glaser in Dresden (Germany). Possibly, it's only one vehicle in the world in that kind of body.

Original and esthetically beautiful were coupes with streamlines, although in general they were four-door limousines with radial tires, frameworks and breakers, which were manufactured out of Metal cord and in a way, it is wooden-metallic construction with addition of glass. Special performance of order were produced and supplied with Erdman & Rossi and also with Austrian coupe manufactures for auto market. Automobiles with four cylinders are durable and reliable in exploitation. This automobile could not be called sport one, but with this car You are fearless, when coping quietly with steep ascent of 32 %, which expects every fast Austrian from his car.

Much more capacity is allowed with six-cylinder auto, although, first of all, only the model 220. Deserved confidence and win high status among customers. In Austria given model rightfully belongs to last pre-war years, in which automobiles were still produced and to automobiles of high standards. Model 125, which foregoes model 125 (also known as 125 Super) war produced exceptionally for German market. During the war, cabriolets with six cylinders from Stair were destined for many headquarters officers and for other commanders. They were marked with state emblems and symbols.

Zylinderzahl 6 (Reihe) Vorderradaufhängung 2 Querfedern
Bohrung x Hub 73×90 mm Hinterradaufhängung Pendelachse, Quer-Schwingarme, geschobene Ausleger-Viertelfedern
Hubraum 2260 ccm Lenkung Schraube, links
Leistung 55 PS bei 3800 U/min Fußbremse Hedrulisch; 4 Räder
Verdichtung 1:6,15 Handbremse Mechanisch, Hinterräder
Vergaser 1 (auch 2) Flachstromvergaser;
Solex 35 BFLH;
1 Fallstromvergaser;
Solex 35 IFP
Schmierung Zentral
Ventile Hangend;
Seitliche Nockenwelle;
Antrieb durch Stirnrader
Radstand 2840 mm
Kurbelwellenlager 8 Spur vorn/hinten 1340/1340 mm
Kühlung Pumpe, 12 Liter Wasser Gesamtmaße 4570×1650×1600 mm
Schmierung Druckumlauf, 6 Liter öl Räder Lochscheiben
Batterie 12 V 60 (untel li. Hintersitz)Ah Reifen 5,25-17 bzw.
Anlasser 0,6 PS Wendekreis 12 Meter
Kraftübertragung Antrieb auf Hinterräder Fahrgestellgewicht 1260 kg
Kupplung Halbnasse Zweischeibenkupplung Wagengewicht
Schaltung Schalthebel Wagenmitte Zuläss. Gesamtgewicht
Getriebe 4 Gang Steyr Höchstgeschwindigkeit 120 km/h
Synchronisierung III-IV (V) Beschleunigung 0-100 km/h
Übersetzungen I. 4,58; II. 2,85; III. 1,69; IV. 1,00 Verbrauch/100 km 14 Liter
Antriebs-Übersetzung 4,33 bzw. (mit Schnellgang) 3,90 Kraftstofftank 45 Liter (Motorraum)
Fahrwerk Prebstahl-Plattform-Niederrahmen Motor Steyr Typ 220 port