... The Superleggera method, based upon lessons learned from Frenchman Charles Weymann’s fabric-paneled coachwork, utilized an inner framework of pencil-thin, hollow steel tubes, wrapped in outer panels of ...
... mong the suppliers were Willoughby, Derham, LeBaron, Judkins, American Weymann, Walker, Brunn, Holbrook and Locke, a veritable who's who of American craftsmanship. Quantities from these constructors range ...
... COUPE. Also a four door open car with folding top over the rear seat only. Known in France as a COUPE MILORD.
VOITURETTE (French) – an early touring car with two seats only and no hood.
WEYMANN – developed ...
... Antem to Weymann.
Title: Concours d'Elegance - Dream Cars and Lovely Ladies
Author: Patrick Lesueur (translated by David Burgess-Wise)
Publisher: Dalton Watson
240mm x 290mm (portrait)
206 page ...
Created on 20 June 2017
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