Chappe et Gessalin

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Chappe et Gessalin (CG) was a French automobile maker founded in 1946 which commenced manufacturing complete cars in Brie-Comte-Robert, Seine-et Marne in 1957. Production ceased in 1974.

CG began by producing fiberglass bodies for DB and Alpine. It later produced cars similar to the Alpine but powered by Simca engines. The last racing CG, the CG-MC, was designed by Matra.

CG C1300, 1973 - 420 units produced

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