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How much? And is the car matching numbers?
These are (too) often the first questions asked when amateurs (I prefer to use the French word “amateurs” because I want to underline the meaning of the word in English) approach me about a....
Thursday, 23 March 2017 Attention: open in a new window. Print E-mail
   

‘La Belle Epoque’, an important period in the car history

‘La Belle Epoque’, a beautiful period in the car history
Throughout its history, the automobile has known a certain period in which progress, renewal, and development grew significantly. 
This period in French and European history is called ‘la Belle Epoque’ (19th century-WWI) and can be characterised as a period of....
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Made in Beaulieu: 1913 Lion Peugeot V4D

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Hans Compter, known from these pages as perhaps the largest source for parts of vintage cars is now looking for parts himself. Last year he acquired the depicted 1913....
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A French (?) Monday Mystery Coupé de Ville

Mystery Coupé de Ville from France (?)
I am not sure whether the magnificent Coupé de Ville on the attached photo is really a mystery to other prewar car enthusisast - at least it's one to me. My gut feeling tells me it might be a car from a French manufacturer. Maybe fellow enthusiasts from across the ......
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