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A short stroll in " St Etienne de Tulmont " in France


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Hello everyone, last weekend I went for a vintage car ride 20 minutes from home.
I went there with my brother in my 1978 Dodge Monaco police, and my godfather and my aunt came with their 1984 Renault 5 Alpine Turbo.
The beginning began with an appointment in a parking lot in Montauban (town 20 minutes from my home) where a person who works in a car garage made us see on the cars that he was working.
Sorry some photos are of poor quality :( 

 

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Citroën traction 

 

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Peugeot 203

 

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Renault 4cv and Citroën Ami 8 

 

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Peugeot 403

 

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Citroën

 

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Citroën 2CV 

 

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Renault 4CV 

 

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Citroën and Simca Aronde 

 

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Citroën 2 CV Convertible  

 

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Citroën and MG 

 

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MC ( automobiles J.M.C / Volkswagen ) 

 

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MG

 

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Peugeot 203 convertible

 

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Lancia 

 

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I still have 200 photos to put, I will put this soon :) 

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9 hours ago, 8E45E said:

Again, nice selection of photos!  I particularly like that '54 Peugeot 203 convertible.

 

Craig

 

Thank you very much 8E45E ! ;) 

yes the peugeot 203 convertible was beautiful and in very good condition ;) 

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5 hours ago, zipdang said:

Don’t exactly know why, but I love the 4CV!

 

Thanks zipdang :) , I also think the 4cv  are great little cars ! :)
My grandpa had two at the time in the 50s / 60s (the first 4cv he had was the very first with the 6 chrome strips on the grille, it was black in color and with a rare option which is the convertible roof :)

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Here is the rest of the photos :) 

 

Peugeot 304 convertible 

 

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Citroën traction 

 

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Citroën Ami 6

 

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Renault Clio 2 Sport 

 

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Simca Chambord 

 

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Peugeot 203 station wagon

 

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Lambretta

 

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Then in this parking lot there was next to a garage that works on old cars, they were able to visit

 

Peugeot 205 GTI 1.9L 130ch 

 

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Triumph

 

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Fiat 500

 

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Citroën SM 

 

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Peugeot 404 Station Wagon

 

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Jeep Willys

 

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Renault 5 Turbo 2

 

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Renault Super 5 GT Turbo

 

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Very Beautiful 1937 Buick ! :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

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Superb Ford ( Big bloc Chrysler ) :wub:

 

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Beautiful Ford ( V8 Chevrolet ) 

 

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Renault Juvaquattre 1955 " hot rod " ( motor renault 5 Alpine Turbo ) 

 

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ford pickup engine ( motor Chrysler ) 

 

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Renault Juvaquattre 1955 hot rod

 

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then after seeing this magnificent collection, we left to eat in a park

 

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I will put the rest of the photos later :) 

 

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A lot of wonderful cars! I love that 1915/1920 Renault. The two 1920s Citroens were nearly as impressive. I like early cars! Many others were very interesting.

The petroliana collection was very impressive!

Thank you for sharing these photos.

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Awesome garage tour!  Someone in France has a great collection of vintage service station signs and merchandizing items.  I like seeing what the French market had to offer the motoring public at one time.  Closest we can get to France in North America is a ferry ride to St. Pierre & Miquelon of the coast of Newfoundland, but I don't think there are any collectors there.

 

Craig

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Great Tour! Thanks for the photos. Almost like being there without a plane ticket. That private collection/garage is awesome in every way. I did not recognize that 1930 motorcycle. At one time I had a very large collection of European bikes and thought I had seen them all!

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19 hours ago, sebastienbuick said:

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Wow. I've never seen wire wheels like this before. Does anyone know the story on them? Did they come on this car originally? 

 

I LOVE the dark blue Peugot wagon! I've never seen one before. Such a great assemblage of photos. Looks like a truly enjoyable event with magnificent French weather!

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13 hours ago, wayne sheldon said:

A lot of wonderful cars! I love that 1915/1920 Renault. The two 1920s Citroens were nearly as impressive. I like early cars! Many others were very interesting.

The petroliana collection was very impressive!

Thank you for sharing these photos.

 

Thank you very much Wayne Sheldon  :)  
Yes the Renault and the Citroën from the 1920s are very beautiful, and in very good working condition ;) 
They drove at around 60 / 70 km/h during the ride, and they drove almost 2 hours without any problem ;) 

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9 hours ago, 8E45E said:

Awesome garage tour!  Someone in France has a great collection of vintage service station signs and merchandizing items.  I like seeing what the French market had to offer the motoring public at one time.  Closest we can get to France in North America is a ferry ride to St. Pierre & Miquelon of the coast of Newfoundland, but I don't think there are any collectors there.

 

Craig

 

Thank you very much 8E45E ;) , yes it's a very nice collection and this person is very nice ;)  
He will soon make a roof over the three red gas stations to make it look like a real vintage gas station.
He also continues to look for old signs, ... to complete his collection.
On top of that the jukebox was working and there was good music all over the garage, and people were playing the old foosball ( baby foot in France )  that there was. There was a good atmosphere :)
A I don't know if there are any collections of this in ST Pierre & Miquelon, maybe yes I don't know ;) 

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8 hours ago, TAKerry said:

Great Tour! Thanks for the photos. Almost like being there without a plane ticket. That private collection/garage is awesome in every way. I did not recognize that 1930 motorcycle. At one time I had a very large collection of European bikes and thought I had seen them all!

 

Thank you very much TAKerry :) , it is with great pleasure that I share this :)
You mean the bike between the Ford F1 and the red Ford hot rod ? :) 

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4 hours ago, JamesR said:

 

Wow. I've never seen wire wheels like this before. Does anyone know the story on them? Did they come on this car originally? 

 

I LOVE the dark blue Peugot wagon! I've never seen one before. Such a great assemblage of photos. Looks like a truly enjoyable event with magnificent French weather!

 

Thank you very much JamesR, the Simca Chambord, Versaille, ... ,  were luxury cars at the time and according to the customer's order, they could be sold with these wheels :) .
You could also buy some to adapt them.

Yes this Peugeot 203 station wagon is beautiful, and it is in very good condition ;)
the seats, ... were completely restored as well as the car :)

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Here is the rest of the day :) 
Then we left with this person who showed us his very beautiful collection and we drove to a park of an old farm to eat :)

 

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Then after having eaten well, we all went home :)
It was a beautiful day, with very nice people, good weather, beautiful landscapes and we saw a lot of beautiful things :) .
Normally soon I will do a walk like this again, if you want I will share photos :)

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17 minutes ago, 8E45E said:

They say being so close to the ocean, cars don't last long there:  These tiny islands off Newfoundland are crowded with oddball French cars | Driving

 

Craig

 

A I did not know :) , but it is true that the car on the edge of beaches / sea, ages badly because of the sea air (salt) .

But it's true that it's interesting to see the cars down there :) 

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2 hours ago, sebastienbuick said:

They drove at around 60 / 70 km/h during the ride, and they drove almost 2 hours without any problem

 

A very respectable speed for a small car of the 1920s!

 

 

2 hours ago, sebastienbuick said:

Normally soon I will do a walk like this again, if you want I will share photos

 

 

I for one enjoy seeing cars, tours, and activities, from around the world. You always do a fine job sharing your photos and I enjoy seeing them.

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