This information sheet once supplied with the knife illustrates the unique tool selection.
In North America this model has also been advertised as the Motorist.
Definitively known as the Automesser (AN: 8134ma) in German speaking countries. It is sometimes referred to as a Motorist because of its entry in this Catalog, and several official Victorinox brochures. This model should not be confused with the later Motorist model.
There is a similar larger five-layer model known as the Luxury Automobile, or Cadillac.
- Large Blade
- Technician's Screwdriver
- Metal Saw/File - early versions without the nail cleaner
- Can Opener - includes small-slotted screw-driver tip that also works with Phillips screws.
- Cap-Lifter includes slotted screw-driver, wire stripper/bender, and wire-scraper
Red Cellidor. Older versions will have a nickle-silver St. Christopher inlay on the top scale.
- Length: 91mm
- Width: 16.6mm
- Weight: 85g
- The Antique Auto inlay on the top scale rather than the St. Christopher inlay.
- Victoria/Victorinox or Elinox tang stamps
- May have been available with a shackle
Early versions will feature: The original triangular (tetrahedron) shaped Awl/Reamer, that is partially recessed in the scales when closed; the square Phillips driver; and a nickle-silver St. Christopher inlay on the top scale.
It appears this model evolved into the Grand Prix.
- 8134ma Victorinox AN: (the original model numbering system) - Red Cellidor with St. Christopher Inlay.
- 1.4642 Victorinox AN: Red Cellidor, exact configuration unknown
- Automobile Special - Small pen-blade replaces technician's screwdriver, antique auto inlay.
- Clipper - Small blade replaces technician's screwdriver, corkscrew replaces Phillips, optional keyring, no special scale inlay
- Luxury Automobile - Adds scissors, wood saw, and long nailfile.
- Grand Prix - Newer four layer model, adds scissors; small blade replaces the technician's screwdriver (may have backside fine screwdriver)