For sale by auction 13 September 2020 – Collection André Trigano by Artcurial Motorcars
The Type C3 was introduced at the October 1933 Motor Show and advantageously replaced the Type C. Its displacement and wheelbase were increased, and the design of its bodywork evolved with the omission of the fender mudguards in favor of more profiled versions. This charming little coupe has kept its original configuration and has the majority of its components. It deserves the care of an amateur or a young enthusiast wishing to access this famous brand for a reasonable price.
We inform buyers that all the vehicles in the collection have been little used during the last years as they are part of a museum collection. They are sold as presented and therefore require recommissioning before being driven on the public roads.
This car was found near Paris in 2002, belonged to a French gentleman since the 1960s. The car is the G-type spider version, also produced in a sedan and coupe version. The car.....