The Allard JR is an extremely rare lightweight British sports that was powered by a Cadillac V8 and raced at Le Mans. Only 7 cars were ever were manufactured, between 1953 and 1956, and their astonishing pace made them a thrilling car to drive.
Allard are now manufacturing a limited series of continuation JRs to FIA specification based on the car which was built for Colonel Schilling USAF and raced at Le Mans by Sydney Allard, before it was exported to the USA where Schilling competed in sports car races.
All cars are built to the period correct specifications necessary to obtain HTP documentation, allowing them to compete in a wide range of prestigious national and international historic races. The cars comply with current IVA regulations, enabling them to be driven on public roads
Allard have a remarkable continuous racing history going back 89 years to when Syndey Allard competed in his first race. Success at Le Mans, wins in the Monte Carlo rally and numerous hillclimb and circuit races established Allard as a force to be reckoned with. They also introduced drag racing to Europe and were so successful that Alan Allard, the son of the founder Sydney, became known as ‘The fastest man in the World.’
Alan continues to be a guiding force within Allard Sports Cars Ltd and has personally overseen the production of the JR Continuation. Each car takes up to 6 months to build and the first have already been taken, so availability is extremely limited. Very few reproduced historic competition cars have such a unique and close authenticity with the original cars and their historic pedigree.
Allard are also fortunate to have the support of the Allard Owners Club worldwide, the Allard Register in the USA and the original engineers who designed and built many of the original Allards.
Chassis numbers are issued directly from the archives held by Allard Sports Cars Ltd and these are the only official Allard sports cars currently in production.
To learn more about these specialised cars and the history behind them, or to take advantage of the very limited build slots, contact us today.
A Special Find: 1952 Allard K2 with Matching Numbers Mercury V8
This 1952 Allard K2 is an extremely rare and desirable matching numbers car. It wears its original colors red with tan interior and black top. Out of 119 built in total, it's one of just 12 built with the Mercury Flathead V8 engine. .....
1956 Allard Palm Beach MK Roadster
Finished In Carmine Red with Beige Leather Upholstery & Chrome Wire Wheels
6 Cylinder 2.6 Litre Engine, Tripple SU Carburettors
This Car was Manufactured by the Allard Motor Company in 1956 at the Clapham Common Southside Workshops in London
As an Open .....
Vintage and Prestige are proud to offer this 1957 Allard Palm Beach MK I road/rally car for sale.
Registration: 764 XUR
Chassis no: 21Z5169
Engine no: 212P2499X
This exact model is believed to be an original Allard Works test/demonstrator and the last Palm Beach to leave the factory.
This Allard M-Type was delivered new to a doctor in Northern Ireland who used the car in local speed events and hill climbs. Restored in the mid 1990’s, this Allard has been presented at the Hurlingham Club Concours and has taken part at other London events before retiring to the West Country home some .....
In May 1950 this Allard J2 was sold new by Allard dealer R.H. Patterson to its first owner; racing-driver Frank Curtis. Soon he would become one of Allard's works-drivers. Frank Curtis used his personal J2 during 1950 and 1951 in various national and international events within the UK, amongst which .....
Here is an opportunity to own a really well put together J2 replica.This car has been built on a genuine 1951, professionally shortened P1 Allard chassis, hence the Allard registration document (along with the original buff log book).
It has disc brakes all round and a Rover V8 engine along with a .....
Thoroughbred Vintage At Fontwell House 2018
Lot Number 124
Chassis Number 71K467A
Model K1 Roadster
The Allard Motor Company had been formed in 1945 by charismatic designer, racing driver, hill-climber and inveterate "special builder", .....
This extremely rare 1947 Allard K1 Roadster featured here comes mostly primed in white. It's believed to be a Max Hoffmann motor show car and is 1 of approximately 151 K1's produced and has a lot of potential. The Allard is a very desirable unfinished restoration project and is equipped with solid wheels .....
- 'J2059' was purchased at the Allard factory by Dr Kenneth Mears of Christchurch, New Zealand in May 1951. The Allard was used in the UK for a few months before being shipped to New Zealand later in August that year.
- Shortly after Dr Mears had taken delivery in New Zealand, J2059 was sold to local .....