The Talbot 14/45 Weymann Sunshine Coupe 1929 is a classic piece of British motoring history, boasting a timeless design and luxury features. It is a two-door coupe, featuring stylishly long lines and prominent running boards. The Talbot 14/45 Weymann Sunshine Coupe 1929 boasts the same 74 horsepower, 1412cc 4-cylinder engine as its predecessor, the Talbot 14/45 Weymann Saloon. Although the coupe weighs in at just over a ton, it offers a surprisingly quick acceleration, getting up to its advertised top speed of 70 mph with ease. The exterior of the Talbot 14/45 Weymann Sunshine Coupe 1929 is stunning, with its wide wheel stance and low and long profile. It is fitted with gorgeous art deco chrome radiator grilles, headlights and deep blue bodywork. The cabin offers luxurious leather upholstery and ample leg room for four adults, contrasting sharply with the exposed and intricate mechanical parts. Despite its age, the Talbot 14/45 Weymann Sunshine Coupe 1929 remains extremely reliable and good value for money. It remains a popular choice with classic car collectors and enthusiasts, thanks to its strong performance, classic styling and affordability.
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