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Talbot 105, 110
Georges Roesch designed the 14/45 six cylinder 1665cc engine with an overhead valve system for 1926. From 1930 the engine was developed into a 2276cc 6-cylinder engine for the 1930 Talbot 70 and later Talbot 75, both named after their top speed. For 1931 Roesch further developed the engine enlarging it to 2,969cc and creating the Talbot 105. The 1931 Le Mans 24hour race saw a Talbot 105 in 3rd place, with prizes on the Alpine Trial in 1931 and 1932. In 1935 Sunbeam-Talbot-Darracq fell on hard times inspite of the good sales provided by the Roesch-designed cars, and was acquired by the Rootes brothers. 335 Talbot 105s were produced. A Talbot 110 was launched for 1936 with the engine enlarged to 3,377cc, but it was the swansong of the British Talbot and only 154 were sold.
Talbot 105 1931 Brooklands rear
Talbot 105 1931 Brooklands
Talbot 105 1934 JY saloon front
Talbot 105 1934 JY saloon with coachwork by James Young
Talbot 105 1934 JY saloon rear
Talbot 105 1934 JY saloon with coachwork by James Young
Talbot 105 1935 Special Sports Saloon front
Talbot 105 Special Sports Saloon 1935
Talbot 105 1935 Special Sports Saloon rear
Talbot 105 1935 Special Sports Saloon. The Airline saloon had a tail that tapered down to the bumper, whereas this Special Sports Saloon had a more practical truncated tail
Talbot AV105 1932 VDP front
Talbot AV105 1932 VDP. This car is one of the 3 car Talbot team that entered and won the 1932 Coupe Des Alpes trial, entered by Fox and Nicholl and sponsored by dealers Warwick White as Talbot had already pulled out of factory racing.
Talbot AV105 1932 VDP placque
Talbot 105 1932 Alpine VDP - heritage placque
Talbot AV105 1932 VDP
Talbot AV105 1932 VDP. The body is a Vanden Plas 4-seater tourer and the team won the 1932 Alpine Trial.
Talbot AV105 1933 Ulster Coupe front
Talbot AV105 1933 Ulster Coupe, the coachwork by Vanden Plas was named 'Ulster' after Talbot success in the Ulster TT races.
Talbot BI 105 1937 Corsica Coupe front
Talbot BI 105 1937 Corsica Coupe, fitted with replica Corsica Coachwork coachwork
Talbot BI 105 1937 Corsica Coupe rear
Talbot BI 105 1937 Corsica Coupe. This talbot has replacement coachwork which is a replica of a coupe by Corsica Coachwork
v_Talbot 105 1931 Brooklands side
Talbot 105 1931 Brooklands
x_Talbot 105 1935 Special Sports Saloon side
Talbot 105 1935 Special Sports Saloon. The body was by Clement-Talbot's own coachbuilder Darracq. The design is a variation of the Airline, now with a truncated tail
x_Talbot AV105 1933 Ulster Coupe side
Talbot AV105 1933 Ulster Coupe. Exhibited by Vanden Plas at the 1932 London Motor Show this Ulster Coupe was a hit.
Weymann Motor Bodies
Vanden-Plas Coachbuilders
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