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1948 Talbot-Lago T26 Record Coach Surprofile

Id: 587

Stock #: 3784

VIN: T26 100274

Mileage: 50656 mi

Year: 1948

Exterior Color: blue

Interior Color: beige

Transmission: semiautomatic

Price: $ 135,000

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Name: The Stable, Ltd

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Phone: 908-234-2055

Email: stablewebsite@gmail.com

Company: The Stable, Ltd.

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1948 TALBOT LAGO T-26 RECORD “COACH SURPROFILE” COUPE. (Stock #3784.)The post-war Talbot Lago was a quite advanced and very beautiful automobile. With its 7-main bearing, hemi-head, twin carburetor, straight 6-cylinder engine, very quick-change pre- selector gearbox and high rear axle ratio, the car is capable of high- speed, long distance touring. In fact, these cars found great success between 1948 and 1953 in French, Belgian and Dutch Grands Prix. These factors also enable our car’s owner of the past 51 years to enjoy many fair-weather tours through New England, Pennsylvania and New York State tours. He and his car also participated in VSCCA (Vintage Sports Car Club of America) rallies through the Northeast. Finding the car in France in the 1960’s and purchasing it from its elderly French owner, our car’s owner was a very knowledgeable Talbot devotee and had his prize repainted 25 years ago and had its engine overhauled four years later. In 2015, he had a complete fuel system refurbishing including overhauling the carburetors fuel pump, fuel gauge, cooling and exhaust systems and replaced the front sway bar assembly and shock absorbers. Our car has some great styling and design touches and is equipped with a multi-louvered hood, original scrolling sun visors and rear window shade and original sunroof. The car is appropriately finished in French Racing Blue with dark blue wings, matching 18” wire wheels with period-correct Michelin blackwall tires and original chrome “knock-off’s and a completely original tan leather interior. Even the original Peugeot/Talbot dealership key ring is still present with the car! 50,945 miles. $135,000. and very beautiful automobile. With its 7-main bearing, hemi-head, twin carburetor, straight 6-cylinder engine, very quick-change pre- selector gearbox and high rear axle ratio, the car is capable of high- speed, long distance touring. In fact, these cars found great success between 1948 and 1953 in French, Belgian and Dutch Grands Prix. These factors also enable our car’s owner of the past 51 years to enjoy many fair-weather tours through New England, Pennsylvania and New York State tours. He and his car also participated in VSCCA (Vintage Sports Car Club of America) rallies through the Northeast. Finding the car in France in the 1960’s and purchasing it from its elderly French owner, our car’s owner was a very knowledgeable Talbot devotee and had his prize repainted 25 years ago and had its engine overhauled four years later. In 2015, he had a complete fuel system refurbishing including overhauling the carburetors fuel pump, fuel gauge, cooling and exhaust systems and replaced the front sway bar assembly and shock absorbers. Our car has some great styling and design touches and is equipped with a multi-louvered hood, original scrolling sun visors and rear window shade and original sunroof. The car is appropriately finished in French Racing Blue with dark blue wings, matching 18” wire wheels with period-correct Michelin blackwall tires and original chrome “knock-off’s and a completely original tan leather interior. Even the original Peugeot/Talbot dealership key ring is still present with the car! 50,945 miles. $135,000.