Find out everything there is to know about the 1953 Allard J2X Roadster. Discover basic facts, advanced data, unbiased user ratings and reviews, MSRP, market value, black book price, photos, spec details and vehicle comparisons for Allard at DriverSide.com.
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Your looking at a 1953 Allard J2X Racer replica car California titled as a 1953 Allard J2X Racer with 19281 showing on the odometer the car is built very well and runs and drive extremely well it has a 350 chevy motor with a 350 auto trans should you have more …
Auction Lot F68, Indianapolis, IN 2010. Not KIT 1953 Allard factory built replica . Built by Neil Hardy Motors, San Diego, California car number 12 . Expensive when new in 1988 . Custom built chassis with coil springs . Balanced 383 Chevy small block . Power brakes . Tilt steering wheel . Period correct "Kidney Bean" wheels . Chevy 3.70 posi rear newly rebuilt .
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I am listing my Allard replica for sale. This is a running driving car! I am the third owner. the first was a family friend and the second my father. The car has a 502ci Cadillac V8 with a rochester carb. and Gm auto trans. It also has a modified sprite top and windshield for some comfort. It has around 45000 miles. and is not perfect. It has been driven. It also has a heater that is no2.1/5(173)
1952 ALLARD J2X Of all the cars that would wear the famous red Allard badge, the J2X is perhaps the most recognizable symbol of this storied marque. The J2 series was born in the late 1940s when sports car racing on open-road circuits in America was growing increasingly popular, but there was a not...
NO RESERVE!!!1953ALLARD JX2MINT CONDITION580 MILES289 V8EXTREMELY RAREFACTORY BUILT Up for auction with NO RESERVE is a truly special car. This is a 1953 Allard J2X professionally built by Elite Industries. This is not a home built kit car. This is a factory built car with factory serial number #J2X-0029 and is incredibly rare.
By 1950 Allard had sold 854 cars and was marketing the J2 and K2 roadsters, and the P2 sedan, in which he won the 1952 Monte Carlo Rally ahead of Stirling Moss, becoming the only man ever to win the event in a car of his own manufacture. The most familiar Allard competition car was the J2X.
1952 Allard J2X History I n 1929 Sydney Herbert Allard began working in the Adlards Motors garage, an official Ford dealer, preparing racers for international motor racing. His Allard Specials quickly proved their potential and Allards reputation began to build. After racing motorcycles and three-wheeled Morgan's, he began racing four-wheeled vehicles.
Allard Motor Company Limited was a British car manufacturer. The company was founded in 1945 by industrialist Sydney Allard and occupied a small territory in the South of London. Car production practically stopped after 10 years, when the founder of the company died. During this time it was released about 1900 cars.Before the war Allard supplied to the market of their own replica Bugatti with the
Special thanks to Roger Allard for this outstanding picture of a 1953 Allard J2X. The J2X was a track legend throughout the 50s, and along with the Allard J2, it won hundreds of races in North America alone. A number of engines were available, including Chrysler, Mercury and Cadillac V-8s.