Jay Leno brings Peter Mullin and his beautiful 1937 Talbot-Lago Type 150 CS over to his garage for a chat and a trip down memory lane to the Art Deco era.
It's certainly possible. According to La Voz de Galicia, the French automaker is currently mulling the creation of a new sub-brand to break into the lower rungs of the inexpensive car market. Rather than go through the hassle of rustling up a whole new name, the company has looked to the past for inspiration. It came up with Talbot – a company that got its start early in the 20th century and puttered to a stop in 1986.
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