Stirlingcars

Stirlingcars

In 1490, Leonardo da Vinci drew a vehicle that resembles a car. In 1600, Simon Stevin built a sailboat with wheels. This could transport up to 30 people by harnessing wind energy. In 1649 Hans Hautsch, a blacksmith from Nuremberg, succeeded in making the breakthrough to an automotive vehicle.

His automobile had four wheels and could travel 1.6 km/hour under its own propulsion. In 1816, Robert Stirling patented his Stirling engine. In a nod to history, Böhm manufactures miniature collectors’ models with Stirling engines which run on white spirit.

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Our Cars
from the first sight

The Stirling Car A1

Robert Stirling and Carl Benz patented exceptional revolutionary technology

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Sportscar AS4

The Sportscar A4 is a tribute to the very first well-Mercedes

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Ford Modell-T AF1

A piece of history becomes alive with new stronger model.

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Peugeot AP172

Böhm presents its new car: the Peugeot AP172

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Fitting accessories

Trailer AH1

Complete the Car Stirling A1 with a fitting trailer!

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HB-Glas-1

Enter your models the necessary attention and protect it from dust.

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