Allard Specifications

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Allard Specifications
Founded by Sydney Allard who, before World War II, had spent much of his time building highly powered sports cars using Ford V8 engines. Best known for the 1949 J2 which used a 3.2 litre Mercury derived engine, the company was not able to compete with the cheaper sports cars being manufactured by Jaguar, and from 1960 became the manufacturer of Shorrock supercharges.

Also see: The History of Allard (USA Edition) | Allard Test Drives and Car Reviews
1937 Allard V8  

1937 Allard V8 Specifications

1938 Allard V12  

1938 Allard V12 Specifications

1946 Allard J1  

1946 Allard J1 Specifications

1946 Allard J1  

1946 Allard J1 Specifications

1946 Allard K1  

1946 Allard K1 Specifications

1949 Allard J  

1949 Allard J Specifications

1949 Allard J2  

1949 Allard J2 Specifications

1952 Allard J2R  

1952 Allard J2R Specifications

1952 Allard J2X  

1952 Allard J2X Specifications

1952 Allard K3  

1952 Allard K3 Specifications

1952 Allard M2X  

1952 Allard M2X Specifications

11952 Allard Monte Carlo  

1952 Allard Monte Carlo Specifications

1952 Allard Safari  

1952 Allard Safari Specifications

1953 Allard Palm Beach 21C  

1953 Allard Palm Beach 21C Specifications

1953 Allard Palm Beach 21Z  

1953 Allard Palm Beach 21Z Specifications

1954 Allard 2-Litre  

1954 Allard 2-Litre Specifications

1956 Allard 72XK Palm Beach  

1956 Allard 72XK Palm Beach Specifications

1956 Allard Palm Beach  

1956 Allard Palm Beach Specifications

1957 Allard Gran Turismo  

1957 Allard Gran Turismo Specifications

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