1952 - 1967 Arista

Jacques Durand Astra: His prettiest sports car, to my eyes, if not his most focused.

1952 - 1967 Arista

1952 - 1967 Arista

Marsonetto

Marsonetto

1958 Marsonetto Luciole a small fibreglass bodied sports coupe in either FWD configuration using the Panhard Dyna Z mechanicals, or Rear-Engine RW Drive using the Renault 4CV. These cars were first presented at the 1958 Paris Salon.

1958 Marsonetto Luciole a small fibreglass bodied sports coupe in either FWD configuration using the Panhard Dyna Z mechanicals, or Rear-Engine RW Drive using the Renault These cars were first presented at the 1958 Paris Salon.

1941 - 1942 Antem Carrossier; Neuilly-sur-Seinr / Courbevoie; France

1941 - 1942 Antem Carrossier; Neuilly-sur-Seinr / Courbevoie; France

1958 Atla

Atla

1958 Atla

1958 Atla

Atla

1958 Atla

1958 Atla

Atla

1958 Atla

1958 Atla

Atla

1958 Atla

1958 Marsonetto Luciole a small fibreglass bodied sports coupe in either FWD configuration using the Panhard Dyna Z mechanicals, or Rear-Engine RW Drive using the Renault 4CV. These cars were first presented at the 1958 Paris Salon.

1958 Marsonetto Luciole a small fibreglass bodied sports coupe in either FWD configuration using the Panhard Dyna Z mechanicals, or Rear-Engine RW Drive using the Renault These cars were first presented at the 1958 Paris Salon.

Marsonetto

Marsonetto

1953-1955 Marathon Corsaire - Marathon was a small French automobile manufacturer established prior to 1951 by a group of engineers under the direction of rally enthusiast Bernard Denis. Prototypes for a lightweight sports coupé were presented at various motor shows starting with the 1951 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production models followed between 1953 and 1955.

1953-1955 Marathon Corsaire - Marathon was a small French automobile manufacturer established prior to 1951 by a group of engineers under the direction of rally enthusiast Bernard Denis. Prototypes for a lightweight sports coupé were presented at various motor shows starting with the 1951 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production models followed between 1953 and 1955.

Marathon was a small French automobile manufacturer established prior to 1951 by a group of engineers under the direction of rally enthusiast Bernard Denis. Prototypes for a lightweight sports coupé were presented at various motor shows starting with the 1951 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production models followed between 1953 and 1955.

Marathon was a small French automobile manufacturer established prior to 1951 by a group of engineers under the direction of rally enthusiast Bernard Denis. Prototypes for a lightweight sports coupé were presented at various motor shows starting with the 1951 Frankfurt Motor Show. Production models followed between 1953 and 1955.

1952 - 1967 Arista

1952 - 1967 Arista

1941 - 1942 Antem Carrossier  Neuilly-sur-Seinr / Courbevoie; France

1941 - 1942 Antem Carrossier Neuilly-sur-Seinr / Courbevoie; France

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