The Hartnett Pacific was a 4-seater car utilised aluminium castings to reduce weight and tooling expenses compared to using steel. The car had an air-cooled horizontally opposed two-cylinder 594 cc engine producing 19 hp at 4000 rpm. It achieved a speed of 112 km and 21-25km/L. The tank held 19 litres. Each wheel had independent suspension. The roof front end, windscreen surround, upper dashboard and cowl were a single casting bolted to the lower dash and chassis, with the aluminium chassis comprising six separate sections bolted together. The side windows were basic, not fixed, using plug-in windows with narrow vision slits. The Hartnett Pacific was 1403 mm wide, 3530.5 mm long, 1403.3 mm high, had a clearance of 190.5 mm and weighed 453.39 kg. The car was 1.4 m wide, 3.53 m long, 1,4 m high, had a clearance of 190.5 mm and weighed 453.39 kg. The hood folded tidily to the rear and the soft side curtains stowed in the boot.
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