One of just two prototypes ever built, this 1935 Avions Voisin C28 Aerosport is a gem of automotive design. Its streamlined form is considered Gabriel Voisin's masterpiece, with fenders that run the full length of the car, a curving roof that slides back for a convertible-like feel, and partial rear wheel covers. The car was outfitted with a 3.3L six-cylinder engine, paired with a Cotal four-speed transmission and Lockheed hydraulic brakes, resulting in what many refer to as the first GT. This example was fully restored over a period of eight years and finished with a period-correct interior from Hermès, leaving it in fantastic condition and ready for display.
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