1949-1952, 559 produced.
Saloon,2 doors,4 seats
85 bhp @ 3800 rpm
Despite being well known for producing open sports models, the best selling Allard model was in fact the P1 saloon. The P1 entered production in 1949 and quickly established itself as a powerful saloon car with sporting overtones, enhanced in 1952 by a win on the Monte Carlo rally.
The P1 came with a choice of American V8 engines, including the popular Ford and Mercury units. Tuned versions of the P1 could easily develop over 110bhp and had capacities as large as 4.4 litres. Production ended in 1952 after 559 cars had been built.
|3622cc||V8 SV||Ford Sidevalve V8||77.79mm x 95.25mm||6.1|
|Drivetrain||Steering||Front Suspension||Rear Suspension|
|Top Speed||0-60||SQM||MPG||Engine Pwr||Comment|
|90 mph||23.4 s||18 mpg|
|Description||Auctioneer||Date||Hammer Price||Hammer Price
|571||Allard P1 3.6-Litre Sports Saloon||Bonhams||14 Nov 2012||£17000.00||£19550.00|
|387||Allard P1 3.6-Litre Saloon||Bonhams||16 Nov 2011||£10200.00||£11730.00|
|009||Allard P1 (1951)||H&H Sales Limited||24 Jul 2002||-||£7665.00|
|047||Allard P1A (1951)||Coys||22 Nov 1999||-||£7646.00|
|307||Allard P2 Safari (1952)||Christies||13 Sep 1997||-||£33327.00|