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French, and Aluminum: Panhard Dyna Z

Conventional wisdom pegs Mercedes or Peugeot as the first automaker, and yes, both made early versions of what can be considered a car. But Panhard et Levassor is often considered the first production automobile company in the world, commencing… more»

All-Aluminum Body: 1954 Panhard Dyna Z

Founded in 1887, Panhard was one of the earliest automobile manufacturers. Though not as well-known as other contemporary French car companies, they produced a variety of advanced passenger cars before being purchased, and then absorbed, by Citroen in 1967…. more»

French Oddball: 1959 Panhard Dyna Z12

Panhard of France was a manufacturer of automobiles and light tactical and military vehicles. It was in the car business from 1945 to 1967 and built the Dyna Z series from 1953-59. These were lightweight autos, with bodies made… more»

Rare Aluminum Body: 1954 Panhard Dyna Z1

The Panhard Dyna Z is not a car that we see that often here at Barn Finds, so to have two examples appear on our desks in quick succession is a rare treat. I have to say a huge… more»

Estate Sale Find: 1959 Panhard Dyna Z

French automobile manufacturers have had a reputation for producing more than their share of quirky and interesting vehicles, and we’ve seen quite a few of them here at Barn Finds. Some of these are iconic, like the 2CV. However,… more»

Lawn Art Project: 1959 Panhard Dyna Z

Here’s one you don’t see everyday: a Panhard Dyna Z from the late 1950s, a fascinating French creation that offered unusual styling, room for six, and utilized aluminum to cut down on weight. The catfish-like nose gives the impression… more»

Where in the World Is this 1956 Panhard Dyna Z?

If only it was a few years newer, I could make a “Tigre in the grass” joke…oh, well. I’ll give it up for a Panhard any time! This product of one of the world’s earliest automakers is ’56 Dyna… more»

Dynamic Dyna: 1950 Panhard Dyna X84

The Panhard company sold their first car in 1890, a half-dozen years before Henry Sr. sold his first Quadricycle in 1896. This 1950 Panhard Dyna X84 came sixty years after Panhard’s first attempt and it’s a peach. It’s found about a half-hour… more»

Rolled Runner: 1958 Panhard Dyna Z

We have featured a couple of these quirky little French cars before, but none have looked quite like this! The car appears to have actually been in decent shape before the roll-over incident. The seller mentions that the engine… more»

Chargrilled: 1937 Panhard et Levassor Dynamic

It may be hard to tell from the charred remains, but this was once an achingly beautiful 1937 Panhard et Levassor Dynamic Parisienne X77. Sounds fancy doesn’t it? Well, it was! Panhard et Levassor was a French manufacturer, so… more»

Panhard Dyna Stockpile

We have featured a few of these fish-faced frencies before. Love ’em or hate ’em, there is no denying that the Panhard Dyna was one of the most unique cars ever built. They can be hard to find on… more»

Frenchman in Montana: 1955 Panhard Dyna Z

UPDATE 1/31/12 – Sold for the BIN price of $9,500. If the Citroen wasn’t strange enough for you, may we present this 1955 Panhard Dyna Z. Still French, but even more rare, this Panhard was also a cutting edge… more»

Fish Face: 1958 Panhard Dyna Z

Here is a French oddball you don’t see often. A 1958 Panhard Dyna Z and although we realize it won’t get you anywhere quick, we wanted to feature it because of its one of a kind design. This one… more»