A phantom car Tintin is in the jungle of India and is driving Dr. Sarcophagus (the mad scientist) as well as Mr. Zloty (the writer) to the hospital in the Lincoln Torpedo Grand Sport. This magnificent convertible however probably remained in the state of a project. Indeed, the only trace left by this phantom car designed by Jacques Saoutchik, is an advertisement from the early thirties that Hergé reproduced practically verbatim. For Russian origins,Saoutchik imposed his style between the two great wars and designed prestigious cars such as the Delage D8-120 driven by General De Gaulle.
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