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Delaugere et Clayette manufactured automobiles from 1901 to 1926.
The firm commenced building tricycles, quadricycles and single-cylinder runabouts.
By 1903 they produced larger motor cars along Panhard lines. These more advanced designs were powered by twin- and four-cylinder engines incorporating automatic inlet valves, and featured side chain drive. The largest being a 20hp car.
Four models were offered for 1905 with horsepower ratings of 10-12, 12-15, 16-22 and 24-32CV, the three larger types being powered by four-cylinder engines equipped with mechanically operated inlet/exhaust valves.