1937 Horch @ The Branson Classic Car Auction

Posted by Jeremy Mason McGraw on 17 Sep 2013

If you have ever watched a WW2 and noticed those long fancy cars that the Nazi officers drove around in, you might be interested to know it was probably a Horch. During the war this forerunner of Audi was the choice car for the German Top Brass. This particular specimen has a unique story. After the war it was shipped home as a war prize by a US officer where it ended up in storage for most of it’s days. It recently came to see the light of day and became available at the Branson Classic Car Auction. The Nazi flags were still in the glove compartment.

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