TALBOT 14/45, 65
Saloon, Weymann saloon de luxe, Tickford sunshine sports saloon, saloon, landaulet, saloon limousine, 4-light saloon, 6-light saloon, coupé, Weymann coupé, fabric coupé, three-quarter coupé cabriolet, 5/6-setear tourer, 2/3-seater tourer.
Inspired engineering from Georges Roesch, which produced one of the smoothest touring cars of the day. Six-cylinder engine had pushrod operated ohv, with valve actuation by clever and easily adjustable wedge shaped rockers. X-braced frame was massive for such a small capacity car, with suspension by semi-elliptics at the front, quarter-elliptics at the rear. 65 was new for '32.