The Coupe Coupe des Alpes and the Ranelagh roadster both use the mechanics of the Dyna Panhard. Their engine of 745 cm³ develops 33 hp at 5,000 rpm, which makes it possible to reach 135 km/h in Ranelagh version and 130 km/h in the Coupe des Alpes.
The Coupe des Alpes cabriolet, photographed here at the 35th Brussels Salon in January.
24h Le Mans (23.06.1951)
Ran D 120 Panhard (611 cm³)
Colas / Schollmann
5th - 501-750
The Ranelagh sport roadster in its version with new grille appeared for the first time at the 1951 Le Mans 24 Hours.