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1950 Allard J2 

We are located at Merksplas, Tumhout in Belgium.

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Belgium Tumhout Merksplas 2330

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1950-69 Post-War

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Odometer: 1500 Miles
Transmission: MANUAL
Convertible: CONVERTIBLE
Advert No: 040956


This particular Allard J2 was bought new in 1951 by Dr. Kenneth Mears who used the car in England only during a few months. Then he ordered Allard to ship the car for him to New Zealand.
Once it arrived in New Zealand, the car was raced a.o. at Wigram Air Base in Christchurch.
Later the car was bought by George Horder of Apex Tyres.
From then onwards this J2 went through the hands of various local owners before being sold back to the UK. After a short stay in England a classic car dealer sold it back to New Zealand again, and upon arrival the car went on show in a car-museum for almost 13 years.

Around 2008 the museum decided to put this J2 on the market again and it was spotted by an English Allard enthusiast who had the car completely restored by a well-known Allard specialist.
As he already owned a full racing Allard it was decided to restore this J2 to fast road/rally specifications with a full windscreen and full weather-gear.
The J2 Allard is eligible for the Mille Miglia and almost all road-events.

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