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Old 01-11-2006, 10:27 AM
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Talbot Lago T26 Grand Sport 194 PS

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Old 01-11-2006, 10:28 AM
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Old 01-11-2006, 11:18 AM
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bingo....There was one at the RM auction in Monterey in 2005

this is a 1959 version fitted with a 2.6 BMW Alloy V8, giving about 150 BHP. It is rumoured to be one of or the last built under the management of Anthony Lago.
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bingo....There was one at the RM auction in Monterey in 2005
There you go again with your outstanding photos btw...do you have any pix of the Allard Palm Beach, the Ferrari 340 America and the Ghia bodied Alfa 1900?
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Old 01-11-2006, 11:41 AM
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Beautiful car. Any idea what year this one if from?
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Old 01-11-2006, 11:46 AM
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There you go again with your outstanding photos btw...do you have any pix of the Allard Palm Beach, the Ferrari 340 America and the Ghia bodied Alfa 1900?
the Palm Beach is the Coupe IIRC, and I have never seen that. I got many 340 Americas so you have to be more specific. Is the Ghia Alfa the Ghia Aigle?
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To me it looks like a meld of an Austin Healey 3000 (Front), AC Cobra (Rear arches), Mercedes 300SL (Side) and a Volvo P1300 from "the Saint". In all, that makes for quite the eye candy
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To me it looks like a meld of an Austin Healey 3000 (Front), AC Cobra (Rear arches), Mercedes 300SL (Side) and a Volvo P1300 from "the Saint". In all, that makes for quite the eye candy

You do describe cars rather good!!!111
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the Palm Beach is the Coupe IIRC, and I have never seen that. I got many 340 Americas so you have to be more specific. Is the Ghia Alfa the Ghia Aigle?
I was referring to the ones that were on the auction block at RM's this summer. But thanx for the Ghia Aigle bodied 1900
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the white interior looks great.
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I was referring to the ones that were on the auction block at RM's this summer. But thanx for the Ghia Aigle bodied 1900
are you sure there was one at RM? The only Alfa I took was this humble P3, and unfortunately I had no flash...
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the Palm Beach is the Coupe IIRC
No I did not, here is the Palm Beach (mediocre quality though...)

but I did not shoot the Alfa....
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and finally a very poor one on the 340 America, again with no flash avaible, so the aperture fooled me.
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