Talbot 14-45 Tourer 1927

Talbot 14-45 Tourer 1927

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This rare 1927 Talbot 14/45 has been restored from the ground up, the paintwork, trim, hood, side curtains, engine compartment, wheels and tyres etc are all in lovely condition, it runs and drives very well with a wonderful exhaust burble! Clement Talbot Ltd produced cars from 1906, After the Great War Sunbeam-Talbot-Darracq was formed, the 14/45 was the first model Talbot designed by Georges Roesch, a famous and gifted engineer, it was the savior of the company, very successful and a forerunner to the wonderful sports Talbot's of the 30's, it was well ahead of it's time. The 14/45 was produced from 1926 to 1932. It has a smooth high revving (for it's time 4500rpm) 6 cylinder 1665cc overhead valve engine with 4 main bearings, with around 46 hp and a lovely 4 speed gearbox, and excellent mechanical 4 wheel brakes. Features include beautiful Rotax headlights, side lights, spot lamp and original Rotax tail light with trafficators, Boyce Motometer, luggage rack, Jaeger instruments and 20" wire wheels.A beautifully made and very well restored example,designed to compete with the small Rolls Royce with a sporty flavour! Great fun to drive, a special opportunity.
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