Ballot Biplace Course 3/8 LC (France) from 1921, eight cylinders, 2973 cc, 110 HP, 180 km/hMore
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is a mid-engine sports car, designed and developed in France by the Volkswagen Group and Bugatti and manufactured in Molsheim, France, by French automobile manufacturer Bugatti. It was named after the racing driver Pierre Veyron.
It is the most powerful and fastest car in series production in the world. 1200 HP, 431 …More
Blue Bugatti Cabriolet Type 57 from 1952, eight cylinders, 3257 cc, 135 HP, 150 km/hMore
Electric Oeuf (Fr. L’Œuf électrique), 125 ccm, 80 km/h. Designed and built in 1942 by Paul Arzens. A sphere of plexiglas mounted on aluminum.
Paul Arzens (1903–1990) was a French industrial designer of railway locomotives and motor cars.
Compare with Cabriolet La Baleine by Paul Arzens.
An automobile museum (Cité de l’Automobile) in MulhouseMore
The monastery of Prouilhe in Fanjeaux. Pencil drawing by Joan MañéMore
The Audardière castle (Fr. Château de l’Audardière) is located in Apremont, in the Vendée department, France. This building has been registered as a historic monument since March 2, 1981.
The facades and roofs of the castle with its tower and well; the right staircase of the house with its cage; the kitchen; the old living room …More
Goulaine castle (fr. Château de Goulaine). Built on the steps of Brittany, this castle once separated the Duchy of Brittany from the Kingdom of France. Located 10 minutes by car from Nantes.
The myth has it that the castle has been the residence of the Goulaine family for over a thousand years. However, in 1788 the …More
Green Cromwell 125. Brixton One – TwoMore
Nantes castle (fr. Château des ducs de Bretagne). The castle has been listed as a monument historique by the French Ministry of Culture since 1862.
Founded by the Dukes of Brittany in the 13th century to constitute a defensive base in Nantes, the castle became, under François II, the main Breton ducal residence. Its military function …More
Mash Cafe Racer 125 from 2016More