Carrying an estimate of £4000 - £6000, the 1927 car was acquired by a family of keen Talbot enthusiasts in 1966 and was put in storage, along with a number of other cars, to preserve the marque.
This particular 14/45 was last used in 1967, since when it has been kept in dry storage. The Weymann-type body is said to be in a sound condition, with little noticeable door drop. The interior is described as being in “surprisingly good condition”, retaining all the original upholstery and headlining. Although the car doesn’t currently have any documentation, it’s believed that the relevant paperwork will be obtained by the time of sale.
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