Henri Esclassan's GM LeSabre Lookalike

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1951 GM LeSabre lookalike created by Frenchman Henri Esclassan. The lookalike debuted at the 1955 Paris Auto Salon. The yellow lookalike was supposedly built on a Salmson chassis.


Collectible Automobile June 2007
Hemmings Auto Blog



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