4 CV Coach Vernet-Pairard 1953

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  1. #1 Vasileios Papaidis, Feb 16, 2012
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    4 CV Coach Vernet-Pairard 1953
    4cv.jpg Upon its release, the 4CV was the subject of many changes on the part of preparers. The most famous was of course Jean Rédélé with the Alpine A106. For their part, and Vernet Pairard starting with a record attempt with an armored vehicle developed on the basis of a 4CV. In 1952, they set eight records on the international track Montlhéry, with a top speed of 172 km / h. Not bad for a 747 cm3 engine! A new version is designed to attend 24 hours of Le Mans in 1953, and not until 1954 that the form of Coach appears. Fleeing to the rear, lowered, it has a very strong character, especially by observing closely the side vents to the rear wheels. However Renault does not approve the car and she remained at the prototype stage. Yet Vernet Pairard and continue to register a car in Le Mans each year until 1958. So there are four copies of the coach, 3 on tubular chassis, and one on a platform of 4CV (our model), equipped with leather upholstery
     
  2. Thanks you for the post.
     
  3. Pleasure to share with friends...
     
  4. #5 eveningdress, Jul 25, 2012
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  5. #6 Vasileios Papaidis, Jul 29, 2012
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    more pictures..
     

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  6. looks like a mix of Porsche 356 & Alpine...I like it!
     

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