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original Tour de France, now known as Tour Auto Optic 2000, first ran way back
in 1899. Starting from Paris, the race incorporated seven rally-style stages
via Nancy - Aix les Baines - Vichy - Perigueux - Nantes - Cabourg before
finishing back in Paris. This first edition was won by Rene de Knyff driving a
Panhard et Levassor, and only 21 of the 49 cars finished. The race, last run in
1986, was revived as a historic event in 1992.
Espada S2 (1972) - Right-hand drive. Only 23,400 km. Celebrity ownership.
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Healey 3000 - Built ground up to customer race/rally specification. Includes
engine/side-change gearbox and much more. Contact Retro-Speed Magazine.