Eudelin

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The Eudelin was a French automobile manufactured from around 1905 until 1908. The product of a Parisian builder, it came in 14/16hp and 25/40 four-cylinder models. The company also produced an opposed-piston engine with a complex variable-stroke linkage. The original power unit was described as a "double piston engine with a single double throw crank directly below the combustion chamber".

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