The New Allard J3 ‘Supercar’ – Once Seen Never Forgotten

A chassis drawing for a J3 model was produced by the Allard Motor Company back in 1954, when the company planned to build the new model, had funds been available.

The J3 has a new tubular chassis and is fitted with a modern high performance (580 bhp) emission compliant GMC V8 coupled to a six speed manual transmission.

The body profile in many respects, is based on the iconic Allard J2X, but now has a body fairing behind both driver and passenger. There are subtle changes in many areas of the body, which enhance the eye catching profile without losing the classic J2X image.

Right or left hand drive.

Price: £ P.O.A.


Body:Two door open sports touring, with tonneau cover, twin fairings behind head of driver and passenger, incorporating roll bar hoops, full width windscreen (option of aero screens) – Targa type removable roof panel will be an option.
Engine:GMC SL 6.2 litre V8 450 bhp (580 bhp Eaton supercharged option available) emission compliant.
Transmission:GM Tremec 6 speed manual.
Chassis Frame:New twin tube chassis allowing improved seating position and reduced torsional twist.
Suspension:Twin wishbone front suspension arrangement (with camber and castor adjustment) with torsion bar and hydraulic dampers. De-Dion system rear suspension with coil spring over dampers twin parallel trailing arm with panhard rod and inboard disc brakes. Axle Cadillac ZL1. Ratio 3.53:1
Brakes:Servo assisted Alcon discs, four pot, aluminium calipers front and rear.
Wheels & Tyres:Wires with flat hexagon centre locking spinner.
Trim:Machine turned aluminium dash panel. Wood rimmed 16 inch steering wheel. Built in twin headrests with wrap round leather seats, adjustable fore and aft.