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* 1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the [[1917 Motor, Marine and Aircraft Red Book: Cars| 1917 Red Book]]
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Pic-Pic was a Swiss automobile manufactured in Geneva, Switzerland from 1906-1924. They were produced by the Piccard-Pictet Company (whence its name derives) until 1920, and by Gnome et Rhône from 1920 until the demise of the marque in 1924.
 
Pic-Pic was a Swiss automobile manufactured in Geneva, Switzerland from 1906-1924. They were produced by the Piccard-Pictet Company (whence its name derives) until 1920, and by Gnome et Rhône from 1920 until the demise of the marque in 1924.
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Latest revision as of 09:25, 4 May 2012

See Donne and Willans

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

Pic-Pic was a Swiss automobile manufactured in Geneva, Switzerland from 1906-1924. They were produced by the Piccard-Pictet Company (whence its name derives) until 1920, and by Gnome et Rhône from 1920 until the demise of the marque in 1924.

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