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This Allard M-1, no. M625, was sold in London on Sept. 6, 1948 to Thomas Oliver Wacher of Canterbury, Kent, England.  It was transferred to the son-in-law of Mr. Wacher, J.W. Mannington of Marden, Kent in 1974.  The car remained in the same family until 1988, when it was purchased at auction by Brian Sharp of Broadway, Worcestershire.  Mr. Sharp performed a complete restoration to original condition over the next several years and added it to his large and prestigious Allard collection. The ash frame was renewed and all of the original mechanical components were rebuilt. The current owner purchased it in 1998 and shipped it to the USA. It currently resides in Tulsa, OK.  It has been driven approximately 5,000 miles since restoration, always garaged and currently shows 58,500 miles from new. Other than a few minor paint flaws the car looks as good as it did when restored.  All electrical and mechanical features of the car work as they should, except for the fuel gauge needing attention. Spares included with the car are the following rare flathead parts original to the M-1: two barrel Solex 30 AAPI carb, Lucas DULFH8A crab style distributor , CAV type 75-BTX voltage regulator.  It has a clear Oklahoma title. This car can be yours for the fair price of $57,000. Reasonable offers will be considered.  Click here if you are interested in contacting the seller. The car is located in Tulsa, OK.

We are pleased to present this very nice Allard P1 2-door saloon for sale. Chassis 91P 1678 was sold via Adlards on July 1, 1950. The car was originally painted black, but now wears a nice navy blue coat. The leather has been replaced, but it retains its original brown color. The car is powered by a 3.6 liter Ford Flathead with a 3-speed transmission. The car was subject to a frame off restoration several years ago, but as you can see it appears to still be in very good condition. The P1 was Allards top seller with 557 cars built; unfortunately the Allard Register knows only of 42 that still exist, which makes this car extremely rare. The car is located in Monte Carlo and the owner is asking US$55,000. If you are interested, click here to contact the seller.


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