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110110 is the most heavily scalloped and adorned postwar ever created by renowned coachbuilder. It is also one of the most decorated and embellished cars of all time. Drooping lines are absolutely incredible.

The cascade design was enhanced by a working pastel blue paint, incorporating large "comma" cream-colored on the front side of the wing and along the edge of the rear wing. Combined with massive chrome scallops, the tri-tone effect is absolutely beautiful.

It was exhibited at the Geneva Motor Show in late 1949 and later acquired the same year by the New York furrier Louis Ritter. He had traveled to Paris to attend the 1949 Salon and supervise the construction of a Cadillac Saoutchik he had ordered. There he saw 110110, is immediately fell in love, he bought the car.

Ritter has used his new toy in Beverly Hills for a month before returning to the dealer for the sale, desiring to make room in his garage for future creations Saoutchik!

The new owner Mr. Wasmer, did not want a convertible, probably because of the harsh winters of Idaho.

Also he converted the car with a hardtop.

Chromes   chro64   1/43

Talbot-Lago T26 grand Sport 1948  Hard-Top Saoutchik sn110110  Original Car


Limited serie of 100 pieces

ATTENTION The models of my manufacture are not toys.

They are craft models, created and made by hand, including many small pieces of resin, white metal, photo-etched or turned parts.

They are not suitable for children under 14 years.



All trademarks, brand names, service marks and logos are the property of their respective owners, and are used for informational purposes only.

The logos and marks visible on the models are not advertisements.

They have been reproduced only to respect historical truth.

Assembled model, presented on real leather base with presentation plate.

Delivered in a luxurious cardboard box.


Fully assembled and hand painted in a traditional way.


1/43 scale model