|Gallery update: Ze Frensj|
Bonjour! This gallery update concerns the French coachbuilders Brandone, Gangloff and Figoni & Falaschi.
First up is a Talbot-Lago T120 Roadster by
Two Bugattis T57 Stelvio were added to the Gangloff gallery: chassis 57395 and 57435.
The Figoni & Falaschi gallery received various Simca models, the Delage DMN Faux Cabriolet from the John O'Quinn collection was added and the gallery of the famous Delahaye 135 MS Roadster #49197 was extended.
A Talbot-Lago T120 Cabriolet with fancy Lalique mascot was added to the Figoni & Falaschi section, but unfortunately, today, the car's body is not 100% a Figoni design.
You all know Mr. Jeancart, right? No? Mr. Jeancart was the first owner of a one-of-five Talbot-Lago T150 C 'Teardrop' Coupe and the valuable 'notchback coupes' were given his name. One of them, chassis 90034, will soon be auctioned by RM.
I end this update with a question. Can anyone identify the Jeancart Teardrop below? Please share your answer in our forum. Thanks!
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