The 110 was a car made by Talbot between 1934 and 1937. 130 were produced during this time and only 1110 of those were ever sold.
The engine was a 3378cc unit with an overhead camshaft and pushrods. The engine was connected to a four speed (preselector and later synchromesh) gearbox via a single plate clutch. The engine output was 120bh and the top speed was 92mph (148kmh).
The chassis was 10 long and had semi-elliptical brakes on the front and quarter-elliptical on the rear. The car was originally fitted rod and cable operated brakes.
The body offered, the Airline was a luxurious fastback saloon although a tourer body was also offered.
The Airline saloon cost £850 when new in 1934.