|Added by||Alain Martineau|
|General Description :||The Rumpler Tropfenwagen ("Rumpler drop car", named after its shape) was a car developed by Austrian engineer Edmund Rumpler.
Rumpler, born in Vienna, was a designer of aircraft when on the 1921's Berlin car show he introduced the Tropfenwagen. It was to be the first streamlined car (beating the American Chrysler Airflow and Czech Tatra T77).
|Face value||400 Francs|
|Catalog code (Michel)||GN 1800|
|Catalog code||Yvert et Tellier GN 1170K|
|Stamp use||Commemorative stamp|
|Print technique||Offset lithography|
|Catalog prices||No catalog prices set yet|