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Tony Huber

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1906. Four-cylinder motor.

Monsieur Huber of Billancourt, Paris (close to the Renault factory)

1902 The cars were conventional shaft-drive vehicles and the engines had individual steel cylinders with detachable copper water jackets and mechanical inlet valves.

Tony Huber supplied engines to the trade.

UK agents were United Motor Industries

Tony Huber joined forces with Peugeot in 1905

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