C&N Motor Cars LLC.
15769 Watkins Road
Marysville, OH 43040
Vehicle History Report
Allard Motor Company Limited was a London-based low-volume car manufacturer founded in 1945 by Sydney Allard in small premises in Clapham, south-west London. Car manufacture almost ceased within a decade. It produced approximately 1900 cars before it became insolvent and ceased trading in 1958.
Allards featured large American V8 engines in a light British chassis and body, giving a high power-to-weight ratio and foreshadowing the Sunbeam Tiger and AC Cobra of the early 1960s. Cobra designer Carroll Shelby and Chevrolet Corvette chief engineer Zora Duntov both drove Allards in the early 1950s.
This 1952 Allard K2 is said to have been originally owned by US Air Force Strategic Air Command head General Curtis LeMay, who entered it in the 1952 SCCA Sowega National Sports Car races at Turner Air Force Base in Georgia with driver Roy Scott at the wheel. Chassis 3026 was originally finished in blue and later refurbished and finished in red over aluminum coachwork. The car is powered by a 331ci Cadillac OHV V8 that breathes through twin Carter carburetors and is mated to a three-speed manual transmission. Additional features include hydraulic drum brakes with inboard rear units, coil-spring suspension with a front swing axle and a De Dion rear, chromed 16” wire wheels, and black interior upholstery.
Sale of the car includes the pictured documents - a set of freshly refinished steel wheels and their chrome hubcaps - along with the other pictured parts.
15769 Watkins Road, Marysville, Ohio 43040
(At SR 33 and 36 Northwest of Columbus, Ohio)
WE WILL BUY YOUR CAR EVEN IF YOU DON’T BUY FROM US!
Price excludes our Dealer Document fee of $250.00, The Ohio Title Fee of $ 15.00 and Optional Temporary Tag of $20.00. Sales Taxes will be need to be paid to us at the time of purchase for Residents of Ohio, Arizona, California, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Michigan and South Carolina.