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Horch 830BL was German pullman car, produced between 1935-1940, as part of Auto Union along with other German car manufacturer Wanderer. After WWII Horch company moved from East Germany, occuped by Soviet Army, to West Germany. In due of some law problems Horch couldn't use its name anymore, and Audi was born, taken for own symbol the old Auto Union sign - four wheels. Meantime Horch still mean luxury of old German. This is symbol of the whole era. When somebody tell about Horch, this is saying only about old Germany time.
The model represent Horch 830BL as closed cabriolet.