Oldtimers picture gallery. Cars. Talbot (Darracq) (only pre-1945).
Automobiles Talbot, Suresnes, France.
French Talbot production continued until 1952, but this is topic for another sites.
Talbot T150 Major (23CV Special), 1937-1939, 6-cyl. OHV, 3996 cm3,
What else in the Internet:
Talbot T4 Minor, 1938-1939, 4-cyl., 2323 cm3, 62hp
Talbot T26SS, 1938, 77k photo
Talbot T15, 1937, 6-cyl., ? cm3, 39k photo of 4-door sedan from MS Webmasters
Talbot T120, 1936, 18k photo from Specialcar Magazine
Talbot T10 Baby Sport "Junior", 1936, 27k and 44k photos from Classic Car Collection
Talbot T150S Speciale, 1936, 32k and 48k photos from Classic Car Collection
Talbot T110, 1935, 6-cyl., ? cm3, 50k photo of 2-door coupe from MS Webmasters
Talbot 3 litres, 1936-1939, 6-cyl. OHV, 2996 cm3, 17k b/w photo
Talbot 21/2 litres, 1936-1939, 6-cyl. OHV, 2696 cm3,
Talbot K74, 1929-1935, 6-cyl. OHV, 2438 cm3, 35k b/w photo
Talbot L67, 1934, 95k and 100k photo courtesy of Steve Abbott (United Kingdom). This is car of
Steve's friend, and they are looking for owners, information and photos of surviving examples.
Talbot M67, 1928-1933, 6-cyl. OHV, 1999 cm3, 36k b/w photo
Talbot H78, 1930-1933, 8-cyl. OHV, 3823 cm3
Talbot K78, 1931, 6-cyl., 25k and 26k photos from Classic Car Collection
Talbot K78, 1930, 26k photo from Classic Car Collection
Talbot DD, 1928, 44k and 37k photos from Classic Car Collection
Talbot DC, 1926, 4-cyl. OHV, 1560 cm3, 80k photo of 4-door phaeton
Talbot DS, 1923-1925, 4-cyl. 2,1 L., courtesy of Yannick Philipp Schwarz (Kassel, Germany).
This is 1925-1930 photo (35k), car of Louis Carroy, great-grandfather of Yannick Philipp,
taken in front of his cottage between in La Charité sur Loire (France).
The woman in the background is Yannick Philipp's great-grandmother Berthe Carroy.
Talbot DC, 1924, 4-cyl. OHV, 1598 cm3, 57k photo of roadster.
Car & Part, (in German) der virtuellen Welt der historischen französischen Fahrzeuge (Wien).
Since 1920 Darracq became a part of the STD combine: Sunbeam(Wolverhampton)-Talbot(London)-Darracq(Suresne). After this all Darracq cars had been produced under Talbot trademark. Name Darracq was remained only for the export cars to the United Kingdom, where own Talbot cars existed. And British Talbot cars were absolutely different from French ones.
In 1935 Antonio F. Lago bought the plant in Suresne. He created many outstanding models.
Some pictures and data are from the books "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies and "Die Chronik des Automobils" by Hans-Otto Neubauer.
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Last updated 5 I 2002.