Monday, July 02, 2012

a unique look at automotive design, the French car of 1934, Avions Voisin Aerodyne from the Mullin Museum




 Notice the roof is slightly slid back to let just the front seats get the sun

this Paul Poiret fabric interior is not unique among Avoins Voisin, the pink is from the C14 Charte posted on http://southsiders-mc.blogspot.fr/2010/02/avions-voisin-c14-chartre.html







this sliding roof with multiple windows... never seen anything like it

If you are interested in the unusual, the French, and the Voisin cars... strap in, and check out the fantastic variety and unique appearance of every single car I've posted that they've made. Nothing in common. No one has that much style anymore http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/search/label/Avoin%20Voisin

4 comments:

  1. Natural beauty, all that is needed a good leather chamois to keep this ride sparkling.

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  2. Definitely has that French look to it, its different I will give it that!
    Happy July 4 to everyone and Id like to invite everyone to my post "Lancaster on 4 wheels part 2 this coming Thursday. Richard

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  3. I got to see this car in person last year. Beautiful machine. It's Pebble Beach Concours win a well deserve one. Love the interior fabrics...

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  4. The Voisin are fantastic cars, my fav is the C20 Mylord, a pure hor-rod, interiors were made by french Haute-couture Paul Poiret...

    http://southsiders-mc.blogspot.fr/2010/02/avions-voisin-c14-chartre.html

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