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ALLARD

J1

1946 - 1947
United Kingdom

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12 ALLARD J1 produced

Built from 1946-1947, the J1 was released as a two-seater competition car together with the K1 touring two-seater and the L- Type touring 4-seater. The J1 was a starkly trimmed and equipped 2-seater competition car on a 100 in (2,500 mm) wheelbase.[4] Powered by a 140 hp (100 kW; 140 PS) 3,917 cc (239.0 cu in) overhead valve Mercury V8, the J1 had a top speed of 85 mph (137 km/h), limited by the low rear axle gearing.[4] Only 12 were produced and went only to buyers who would rally them. They had good ground clearance and the front wings were removable.[citation needed] Copies driven by Allard himself, Maurice Wick, and others, and was a successful racer.[4] Imhof won the 1947 Lisbon Rally in a J1 powered by a Marshall-supercharged version, while Leonard Potter took the Coupe des Alpes that year.[4]
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