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    Allard M-Model 1947-1952

    Allard M Coupe

    Years Produced: 1947 - 1950
    Quantity Produced: 500
    Length: 182"
    Wheelbase: 112"
    Steering: Marles
    Front Suspension: Ballemy Split Axle
    Rear Suspension: deDion
    Track: 56" front / 58" rear
    Weight: 2600 pounds (dry)
    Wheel Size: 16"
    Tires: 16"
    Fuel Capacity: 17 Imperial Gallons
    Engine: Ford 3622 / 3977 cc
    Price (new): 999 BP

    Allard M 2-seat Drophead Coupe
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    Last edited by Vaigra; 05-02-2006 at 01:01 PM.
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    Didn't want to make a whole new thread for this....

    EDIT: This is actually an Allard P1
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    Last edited by Vaigra; 05-03-2006 at 01:25 AM.
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    seen better days that one
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    there is one for sale on hyman limited for 40k
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    THe first pic is of a roadster, is it really called a Coupe?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PerfAdv
    THe first pic is of a roadster, is it really called a Coupe?
    It's a drophead coupe, edited the first post to make it clear
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    I guess the word Coupe can have very flexible meaning when it comes to car body configuration. Coupe is generally understood to be an enclosed 2-door car. Drophead coupe - translates to convertable coupe... Whatever the maker wants to call it I guess.

    Would a bolt-on steel roof on a convertable make the car a coupe? Or is it, according to my current understanding, still a convertable with a steel roof?
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    Damn, I was just going to post this one Asif

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6
    Damn, I was just going to post this one Asif
    haha a day later...?
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    Allard M-Model #2
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    Any information on chassis 620
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