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First registered in August 1980. Series 2. Embassy Black. Upgraded as a racing sports car by one of its last owners in UK. Extensively raced in Lotus Hill Climb Championship (series created by Lotus world-renowned specialist Paul Matty). Results are known. Sold by Paul Matty in June 2008 to its ...

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 chassis it is no surprise that Talbots excelled ...

  • 06-Jul-2020
  • Suffolk
  • Trade

12hp Talbots first acquired a reputation for performance soon after production of Talbot cars started in London. These Talbots were virtually unbeaten in their class for several years. Their sporting dominance was recognised in 1906 when the Autocar wrote about them “The performance of the invincible ...

  • 06-Jul-2020
  • Suffolk
  • Trade

Automobiles Talbot was once part of a conglomerate of both French and English companies that included Sunbeam, Talbot and Darracq. Builders of mid and upper market luxury cars to compete with the likes of Salmson, Delahaye and Delage, the company was rife with chaos in the upper management and built ...

An opportunity to acquire a replica of one of the famed 'BGH' 1934 Alpine Trial Winning Team Car Talbots. Much work has already been done. Ideally suited to long distance rally events such as the Flying Scotsman and Alpine Trial, being designed with winning events like these in minds, also well suited ...

  • 12-Jun-2020
  • Suffolk
  • Private

The most successful division of the Anglo-French Sunbeam-Talbot-Darracq combine, Talbot might well have escaped take-over by Rootes in 1935 had it not been shackled to its weaker partners. The company's healthy position had been achieved by a succession of well-engineered products penned by its designer, ...

  • 22-May-2020
  • Suffolk
  • Trade

1910 Talbot 4CT Chassis number: 3671 Registration Number: J1910 Price: €125,000.00 The photographic picture set was taken by the current owner & includes a pair of suitably attired Flappers. (Google it if you need to.) The car will be arriving with us in August. This Talbot ...

1954 Talbot T26 GSL Auction Estimate

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' The Elkhart Collection event, 1 - 2 May 2020. Check back soon for complete catalogue description. To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/el20.

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