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Années 1940 - 1960

Publication : 10/04/1955 | Réf. 748
Publication : 10/04/1955 | Réf. 749
Publication : 10/04/1955 | Réf. 750
Publication : 25/05/1958 | Réf. 751
Publication : 25/05/1958 | Réf. 752
Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 789
Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 790

Beneath thje banking at Monthléry lies the home of an important collection of vintage cars, some of extreme raity and all of great interest. Ultimately it is hoped that 1000 cars will be housed there.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 791

Grand Tourisme : a good looking 6,5 litre Hispano-Suiza - one of the Crombac collection now housed at Linas-Montlhéry.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 792

C.T.A Arsenal : the disappointing "French national car" with light-alloy twin-supercharged V8 engine and independant suspension all round.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 793

The Hermes-Mathis 90 h.P. engine - the earliest Bugatti-designed car in existence.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 794

Bugatti corner, a 4,9 litre supercharged coupé, surrounded by Types 37,57,57SC and Brescia.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 795

Good Looker : The 1936 3 litre Unic sports, with cross-over swing_axles in front.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 796

The Straight-eight, 2,3 litre engine of the 1931 Amilcar, a marque which abounds at Linas-Montlhéry.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 797

The Omega Six, a superb 3-litre French sports car.

Publication : 10/04/1959 | Réf. 798

Brands Incident : C.H. Threlfall's Tojeiro belches smoke from the fire which put him out of a race at Brands Hatch on Easter Monday.