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De Dion-Bouton: Motors

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1900. Exhibit 1 at the Manoir de L'Automobile, Loheac.
1900. Exhibit 2 at the Manoir de L'Automobile, Loheac.
1900. Exhibit 3 at the Manoir de L'Automobile, Loheac.
December 1902.
December 1902.
February 1903. 10 h.p. engine.
1906. Two-cylinder motor.
1906. Bicycle motor.
November 1908. Single-cylinder engine.
1909. 35-hp V-engine.
1909. 100-hp V-engine.
1909. 100-hp 8-cylinder engine.
November 1912.

Note: This is a sub-section of De Dion-Bouton.

1901 October. Letter. Engines only made in 3.5-hp, 4.5-hp, 6-hp and 8-hp sizes. Walter Munn, secretary.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Autocar 1901/10/19