Vintage 1932 photo of the number 5 Bentley C Blower of Jean Trévoux and "Mary" and the number 6 Talbot AV105 of Hon. Brian E. "Bug" Lewis (Lord Essendon) and Tim Rose-Richards.
Please note that this is VINTAGE photo, NOT a reproduction of ANY kind!
Unfortunately, the number 5 Bentley was the very first car to drop out of the race due to an accident in the very first lap.
The number 6 Talbot would go on to finish 3rd overall with 2441 KM to its name.
The photo shows the cars in the (rudimentary!) pits before the race.
Dimensions: approximately 7 x 5 inches or 17 x 12.5 cm.
It is in very good condition but it does of course show its age.
The race was won by Raymond Sommer and Luigi Chinetti in their Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 LM with a total of 2954 km to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1932.
Only 1 pc. available of course.
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