Registered for the first time on December 6, 1933
6 cylinder engine 2,366 cc
Four speed Pre-Selector gearbox at wheel
Fiva Id. Card
Despite many people thinking that the beginning of the succesful racing era of this British marque was related with the launch of the powerful 105 model
The Talbot .....
Registered in May 1934 as a 65 the car received a 75 power train transplant, including a traffic clutch, in the late 90’s under the auspices of Ian Polson and David Thompson took over the restoration and used the car extensively. David sold the car in 1999 with just over 40000 miles on the clock after .....
Chassis Number: 35355
Registration Number: AXN 1
As a Swiss, Talbot Chief Engineer, Georges Roesch, designed his cars with Alpine motoring in mind. With their combination of a strong and powerful push-rod six cylinder engine, powerful brakes, light and accurate steering and a compact, light yet sturdy .....
We are delighted to be offering on behalf of a long-term customer, this freshly restored example of what to us is the ultimate vintage era Talbot and the model which was Talbot designer, Georges Roesch's personal favourite of all the fine Talbot cars he created.
The AM90 arguably combines all the .....
1933 Talbot 95/105 “Coupe des Alpes” Vanden Plas style Tourer
350 miles since complete and fabulous restoration
Preselect 4-speed Wilson preselect gearbox to Roesch's modification – the “Accelerating Wilson preselect”
Correct 9'6" chassis for a 105
See our listing on the above .....
History of Talbot 110 VDP Tourer (EOU 627).
The original car was built in 1936 as a 110BG Saloon, Chassis number 4571, It was given a Southampton registration number but wasn't registered for the road until 1946.
The car was taken off the road in 1962 and what was left of it purchased by Mr. David .....
1933 Talbot 105 3 litre Brooklands special.
Chassis number: DRF170048
Registration number: VSU 650
Mille Miglia Eligible.
A beautifully crafted Talbot 105 Brooklands replica. This car boasts the largest 3 litre iteration of Talbots Pre war efforts. In 1931 four 105s were tuned .....