2-door saloon, sports tourer, cabriolet, numerous specials.
Fernandesz, Letourneur, Labourdette, Figoni, Graber, Nutting... you name 'em, they'll have bodies this one and it'll be beautiful. Advertised 100mph depends on weight and axle ratio, but on 145bhp and a shortish (122 or 130ins) wheelbase it should be within reach. Chassis 31/2ins lower than standard, and one-shot lubrication's part of the package. Quadruple SU-carburettor conversion listed in Britain. New cars still being sold off as late as 1935.
- 4060cc (S8 OHV)
- Front engine, rear-wheel drive
- Production dates:
- 1931 to 1933
- Number produced: