Alliance (1905 automobile)

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This article is about the French car manufacturer. For the German car manufacturer of the same name, see Alliance (1904 automobile).

The Alliance was a short-lived French automobile manufactured in Paris from 1905 to 1908. Also known as the Aiglon, the marque had a similar radiator to that used on the Mass. The company listed an 18hp four with Tony Huber engine in 1908; this car sold in England for £450.