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Selve Automobilwerke AG was a car maker located in Hameln (near
Hannover, Germany). After World War I, the Northern German
Automobile Works (Norddeutsche AutomobilWerke), which made the
Colibri car and the Sperber, was absorbed by the Selve firm, which
was already producing Basse & Selve engines for the automotive
industry. The first cars produced were the 6/24 horsepower 1-1/2
liter engine displacement and the 8/32 horsepower 2 liter model.
The 8/40 hp 2090 cc model (which was later carried over to the 9/40
hp and 2352 cc) was also available in a 65 hp (48 kW) sport
version. Six-cylinder models of 2850 cc in engine displacement were
produced in 1925 and the Selecta 3075 cc engine produced in 1927
completed the product line.
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