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The company from Grenoble began in 1897 with the production of automobiles. The brand names were Ducroiset in France and Hercules for export to England.

The only model was a big, solid vehicle. It was equipped with a two-cylinder engine with 8 hp power, which was mounted in the front of the vehicle. The body shape Wagonette is handed down.

1899 Some details of the car being sold by the Automobile Association.[1]

1900 ended the production.

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