Elfe

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The Elfe was a French automobile manufactured in Levallois from 1920 until 1925. Produced by a M. Eugène, who also founded the Bol d'Or race, it began life as a cyclecar; accommodation for its passengers was in tandem, with space for the driver in front. The engine, a 987 cc vee-twin Anzani 984c model, was centrally mounted. Touring cyclecars under the same badge were produced by a M. Mauve using 704 cc two-stroke vee-twin Vapor engines.

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  • David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles