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1927 Amilcar CGSS

1927 Amilcar CGSS

Amilcar CGS Tyres

  • The recommended tyre for the Amilcar CGS is the Longstone 4.00/4.50 x 19, it boasts a period tread pattern, and pleasant, light handling.
  • The Michelin 4.00/4.50 x 19 D.R. is another good option, also offering a period tread pattern, and affording a comfortable ride.
  • Weighing less than the Michelin allows for lighter steering with our own Longstone, ultimately offering the better performance of the two.
  • Depending on your wheel type you will be best suited with either a Michelin 19MFR Central Valve innertube or a Michelin Kleber innertube.
  • If you're not sure which tube you need, see our innertube guide for more information.

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    Amilcar CGS Recommended Tyres

  1. 400/450x19 Longstone
    4.00/4.50 x 19 Longstone

    Starting at £130.80 £109.00

  2. 400/450x19 Michelin D.R
    4.00/4.50 x 19 Michelin D.R.

    Starting at £324.00 £270.00

  3. Michelin Kleber Offset Valve Tube
    Michelin Kleber Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £18.00 £15.00

  4. Offset Valve Tube
    BUDGET 450-500 18"/19" Offset Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £3.60 £3.00

  5. Michelin 19MFR Central Valve Inner Tube
    Michelin 19MFR Central Valve Inner Tube

    Starting at £16.80 £14.00

  6. Other Options for Amilcar CGS Tyres

  7. 400H19 Excelsior Comp
    4.00 H 19 Excelsior Comp

    Starting at £136.80 £114.00

  8. 400x19 Dunlop B5
    4.00 x 19 Dunlop B5
  9. 400x19 Avon SM
    4.00 x 19 Avon SM

    Starting at £118.80 £99.00

  10. Jeu de 4 400/450x19 Longstone
    Set of 4 4.00/4.50 x19 Longstone

    Starting at £504.00 £420.00

  11. Jeu de 5 400/450x19 Longstone
    Set of 5 4.00/4.50-19 Longstone

    Starting at £624.00 £520.00

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History of the Amilcar CGS

The Amilcar CGS Grand Sport was a popular interwar lightweight sports car manufactured by the French automaker Amilcar between 1923 and 1925. The Amilcar C was created to compete with the successful Salmson VAL3 series. The CGS had a longer, more robust chassis and improved four-wheel brakes in addition to the bigger engine. Its 1,074cc, 30 horsepower side-valve engine with an aluminium head gave it a proclaimed top speed of 75 mph and could be upgraded for better performance.

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