1920 TURCAT MERY Type PG Series 4094 Same... - Lot 27 - Osenat

Lot 27
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1920 TURCAT MERY Type PG Series 4094 Same... - Lot 27 - Osenat
1920 TURCAT MERY Type PG Series 4094 Same owner for 15 years French collector's registration Born of the partnership between Léon Turcat and Simon Méry in Marseille in 1899. TURCAT MERY automobiles quickly made a name for themselves. Léon Turcat's son André went on to become a fighter pilot and, above all, the famous Concorde test pilot. The model we're presenting is a PG with limousine bodywork and a 4-cylinder, 3-liter engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox with reverse. Delivered new in September 1920 to a certain Monsieur Lescure of Aubusson, we tracked it down in Belgium in the 1970s. There, it remained in the hands of the President of the Belgian Federation until 2008. During this period, it was completely restored. Finally, in 2008, it was acquired by Mr. Rollet at one of our sales on April 6 of that year. Like the rest of the collection, it took part in a number of events before being progressively less used. All the vehicles in the Rollet collection have been out of service for at least 5 years, and will need to be put back on the road. All the vehicles in the Rollet collection have been out of service for at least 5 years, and will need to be recommissioned 1920 TURCAT MERY Type PG Series 4094 Same owner for 15 years French collector's registration Born of the partnership between Léon Turcat and Simon Méry in Marseille in 1899. TURCAT MERY automobiles quickly made a name for themselves. Léon Turcat's son André went on to become a fighter pilot and, above all, the famous Concorde test pilot. The model we're presenting is a PG with limousine bodywork and a 4-cylinder, 3-liter engine mated to a 4-speed gearbox with reverse gear. Delivered new in September 1920 to a certain Monsieur Lescure of Aubusson, we tracked it down in Belgium in the 1970s. There, it remained in the hands of the President of the Belgian Federation until 2008. During this period, it was completely restored. Finally, in 2008, it was acquired by Mr Rollet at one of our sales on April 6 of that year. Like the rest of the collection, it took part in a number of events, before gradually falling out of use.
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