Throughout the 1950's Allard continued to experiment with different model types. In 1952 Allard added an estate version of its P2 saloon to its ever growing range. The new estate became known as the Safari, perhaps a slightly ambitious name for what was essentially a coachbuilt "Woody" estate car aimed at "Sportsmen" looking for a practical car with sporting characteristics.
The Safari was mechanically identical to the P2 saloon which meant it could be specified with either Ford, Mercury or Cadillac V8 engines. The model was listed until 1955, only 10 cars were produced.