Buy a house get a Talbot 105 thrown into the deal


A five-bedroom house on the South East coast is being offered for £765,000 with a 1937 Talbot 105 as part of the deal.

A perfect match for the Art Deco residence, the 105 – which we reckon must be worth £40k-plus – lacks the firm’s ali-finned brake drums, but this didn’t stop a team of three cars entering the 1932 Coupe des Alpes Alpine trial suffering no penalties and taking a resounding victory.

The house, meanwhile, offers seaside views, easy access to a golf course and is located next to the ruins of Sandown Castle.

View the full advert on the Bright and Bright website.

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