Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50

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The DB Le Mans (later also sold as the René Bonnet Le Mans and René Bonnet Missile) is a fibreglass-bodied two-door sports car with front-wheel drive, built in France from 1959 until 1964. Originally equipped with Panhard two-cylinder boxers, the cars built by René Bonnet had Renault four-cylinder engines. The car, with pronounced tailfins and more comfortable than previous efforts by DB was aimed squarely at the US market

This reproduction diecast model is from Solido, it was sourced in August 2016 from Lacy Scott & Knight auctioneers

 
Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50 Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50 Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50
Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50 Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50 Solido 1107; 1959 Panhard DB; 1958 24h Le Mans DNF; Consten & Vinatier; RN50
     

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