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The Anderson Electric was a fairly expensive French electric car with five speeds and Edison batteries; the car was only manufactured in 1912, and was shown at the Paris Salon of that year. The 3/9 hp model cost Fr 13,500, while the 4/12 hp cost Fr 18,500.
- See also; Robert Anderson, a Scottish inventor who built one of the first automobiles in existence. The "electric carriage" was built between 1832 and 1839 and was electric powered.
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