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Country of origin:France
Produced from:1937 - 1939
Numbers built:11 (New York style)
Introduced at:1937 New York Auto Show
Internal name:T150
Designed by:Joseph Figoni for Figoni & Falaschi
Author:Wouter Melissen
Last updated:April 27, 2012
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Chassis 90103 Shown at the 1937 New York Auto Show, this is the first 'Teardrop' by Figoni & Falaschi using the fabulous fastback style. It is one of three using an alloy body and it is also fitted with a steel sliding roof. It was sold new to a member of the 1936 Australian Olympic bobsl>>>

Chassis 90104 The second 'Teardrop' built with the 'New York' style, chassis 90104 was delivered new to prominent orange plantation owner Dr. Fernand Masquefa, who resided both in Algeria and Morocco. He was a great enthusiast and retained the Figoni & Falaschi clothed machine for over fo>>>

Chassis 90105 Among the most original 'Teardrops' in existence today, chassis 90105 was famously owned by Los Angeles playboy Tommy Lee. Between 1940 and 1950 he raced the car through the streets of LA and on the dry lakebeds. After his death, this 'Goutte d'Eau' changed hands several tim>>>

Chassis 90106 One of the best known Teardrops, chassis 90106 was famously raced from Paris to Cannes in less than 10 ten hours to win a bet. It was bought off the Talbot Lago stand at the Olympia Motor Show in London by legendary 'Bentley-Boy' Woolf Barnato. It resurfaced in the United St>>>

Chassis 90107 Originally delivered in grey with blue covered fenders, this Teardrop was repainted numerous times. Originally commissioned by Olympic bobsledder Freddy McEvoy, its first private owner was actually believed to be André David. It was later presented by princess Stella de Kha>>>

Chassis 90109 Featured is one of the eleven New York style Teardrops. It was bought from the 1938 Paris Motorshow Talbot Lago stand by the wife of the British Earl of Stafford, who extensively used the car in France. During the Second World War the car fell victim to Nazis, who removed th>>>

Chassis 90110 The second Teardrop with covered fenders, chassis 90110 resurfaced after the War in Switzerland. At the Graber workshop the original body was removed and replaced by a more modern Cabriolet design. In recent years a highly accurate replica body was created by experts Auto Cl>>>

Chassis 90112 A Belgian casino owner ordered this Teardrop with several rare features like the sunroof and the chrome covered headlights. He received chassis 90112 and subsequently showed it at the 1938 Brussels and 1939 Deauville Concours d'Elegance. Hidden away during the War, the Talbo>>>

Chassis 90117 Chassis 90117 was commissioned by Duke Philippe de Massa as a pure racing car. It features additional cooling vents in the bonnet and an external fuel filler. Sporting additional driving lights, it was raced in the 1939 24 Hours of Le Mans by Duke de Massa and Norbert Jean M>>>

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