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About Diana

The Diana Motors Company was an early United States automobile manufacturing company which produced automobiles from 1925 to 1928. The St. Louis, MO based company was a subsidiary of the Moon Motor Car company.

The Diana featured a Continental straight-8 engine and was primarily marketed to women. The car was billed as, "The easiest steering car in America". Prices for the 1925 model started at $1,895.


S8 16v 3.9L      M-3
53.7 kW / 72.0 hp / 72.0 hp  207.0 N·m / 152.7 lb·ft / 152.7 lb·ft

Diana Straight 8 (1925)

4-door 7-seater sedan (saloon), petrol (gasoline) 8-cylinder 16-valve straight (inline) engine, 3940 cm3 / 240.4 cu in / 240.4 cu in, 53.7 kW / 72.0 hp / 72.0 hp @ 2950 rpm / 2950 rpm / 2950 rpm, 207.0 N·m / 152.7 lb·ft / 152.7 lb·ft @ 1200 rpm / 1200 rpm / 1200 rpm, manual 3-speed transmission, rear wheel drive


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