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Product details A 1934 Talbot 105
A 1934 Talbot 105
A 1934 Talbot 105. Though the two-tone metallic blue cellulose is not original, it typifies a new form of finish, which came into fashion in the mid-1930s. The car has a pre-select self-changing gearbox. The four-door sports saloon coachwork is by the coachbuilding company James Young. Clement-Talbot Limited reached their zenith in the 1930's under the brilliant direction of Georges Roesch.
- Image ref: 1194209
- National Motor Museum / Heritage Images