This 1948 Allard M1 Drophead Coupe is powered by an American Ford Flathead V8 and is one of approximately 500 M-1 models built between 1946 and 1950. The car features a coach-built aluminum body with steel fenders mounted on a rigid box chassis.
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Aug 26, 2012 · Rare Tourer: 1948 Allard L-Type. Jesse Mortensen. Attention Allard fans! A super rare 1948 Allard L-Type has just surfaced. Only a handful are known to exist today and this one has been hidden away for decades. A restoration was started 30 years ago, but never completed.
1948 Allard L-Type Tourer Registration no. MSL 808 Chassis no. 71L345 Engine no. 7186856 Footnotes. Using a crashed Ford V8 coupé on to which he had grafted the body from a Grand Prix Bugatti, racing driver Sydney Allard constructed one of the most unlikely of all pre-war trials specials. However, the Allard Special’s lightweight ...
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I’ve loved Allard since visits in the 70’s, the bistro fare fondly remembered… The last time there, ten years ago (time flies!) I introduced my nephew to my favorite bistro. A great experience – well worth the reasonable prices. Now I see Alain Ducasse has taken over and I am saddened by the reviews.
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The Allard J2 is a sports roadster that was made by Allard.The J2 was mainly intended for the American market. Since 1981, replicas of the later J2X have been manufactured by a succession of companies in Canada, whilst a continuation of the original models is also now being produced in the UK.Manufacturer: Allard
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While the cycle-fendered J2s are the popular image of Allard automobiles, it was more practical but still sporting and attractive cars like this P type 2-door coupe that were the basis of Allard's early success and provided the cash flow which let Sydney Allard pursue the competition development which resulted in the J2, J2X and J2R. Looking at this 1948 P type Saloon it's not hard to see why ...
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Sydney Allard raced a Morgan three-wheeler in the early 1930s, then began building his own trials specials, powered by Ford V-8 motors. In 1946, he began building a line of sports cars bearing his own name, designated J1, K1, L, and M1, designating short-, …
Sydney Allard was a stouthearted racing driver and car constructor. In the 1930s, he had built a dozen Ford-based specials for British trials competitions, some with Lincoln engines and many with a split-axle independent front suspension developed by Leslie Ballamy. During World War II, his London garage rebuilt Ford vehicles for British forces.