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Together with the Deauville, the Longchamp was the only De Tomaso car characterized by a front engine.

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Their names derive from two of the most important horse racing tracks in France, and they are strictly related to Mrs. Isabelle Haskell's family love for horse races. In the front part of both cars the symbol of De Tomaso lost its Argentinian flag, as just the emblem was maintained, in order to recall the brand of Alejandro's mother "estancia" (the real symbol of De Tomaso).

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Produced until 1989, Longchamp was first shown in 1972. It was powered by a 5763 cc Ford V8 engine, developing 300 hp, that could reach a 240 km/h max speed.

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More over, this car had the same chassis of Deauville and among the 409 vehicles built, 395 were coup├Ęs and 14 spiders. As far as the last-named model is concerned, the GTS was added to the basic version, that had both rigid and flexible roof.

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During the 1980 Turin Motor Show De Tomaso introduced the Longchamp GTS, suspensions and some components of which had been modified, together with cosmetic details.

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