This particular car (#38622) is believed to be a 1931 example.
The coachwork is done by Pourtout and features rakish cut away front fenders, and a low fold-down windscreen.
The car is believed to have originally been delivered to the United Kingdom because it is fitted with Smiths gauges with English units, Lucas headlamps, and four SU carburetors.
The dealer plaque affixed to the dashboard also indicates that the car was supplied by an English dealer.
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