Talbot was a Franco-British automaker whose French branch became independent by Anthony Lago, was sold to Simca in 1958. Acquired by Peugeot to Chrysler Europe in 1978, the brand is owned for at PSA Peugeot-Citroën. The vehicle we present is a "mini-bus" discoverable 6 seats, it was ordered in 1931 at Talbot to an Hotel in Megeve, Switzerland. Only 7 copies would be out of the factories, but our copy is the only documented now! So it is a gorgeous unique piece that has been completely restored originally there a few years and that rolls steadily, always making impression! Its interior was redone there a while but looks in good condition with a lovely patina. Its engine, a K78 type of 6 cylinders of 3.0L, was remade in Alençon by Mr Bottin. This motor, which is not the original one, is more powerful. It greatly improves operator comfort and allows a top speed of 110 km / h. The brakes are of type Perrot. The likability of this vehicle is phenomenal and promises beautiful walks with friends, hair flying, the sweet sound of the 6 cylinder! It is very rare to find genuine mini-bus, it is a reflection of a folk art of an era. How many children waited his time, how are mounted inside to get to school? The atmosphere is guaranteed! When the original horn sounds, it's a time that wakes up! It should be noted that a driving license, that is to say car enough to drive this historical memory.