These Z-10 pics are most interesting. especially in the
differences to be noticed among not only these 3, but also with
Ricardo’s current, Ian Loader’s & our Z-10s.
1: Our Z433 has only 1 bank of large bonnet louvres like a very
early car of which I have a picture; all others including Ricardo’s
personal car have 2 banks of finer louvres.
2: Headlights appear to be all Ducellier except Ricardo’s current,
but the mountings differ a lot. The centre car alone is similar to
ours: presumably Ducellier stanchions.
3: The 3 Portuguese cars seem to have a radiator mascot – do you
know anything of this? It looks like an animal head.
4: The far 2 of the Portuguese cars, ours & Ricardo’s have 4-wheel
brakes. Jean Reviel, Loader, Ricardo’s personal car do not.
5: The closest of the Portuguese cars, Ricardo’s current & Reviel’s
cars are all left hand drive.
6: The far 2 Portuguese cars have Frenex dampers on the springs,
same as ours.
7: I’d guess that these 3 are Série 3 or 4. Do any survive, I