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André Py (active 1899) was a French automobile designer.
His voiturette was made by Cie des Automobiles du Sud Ouest of France in 1899. The Leon Bollee-like 3-wheeler had dos-a-dos seating for two and a 3 ½ hp horizontal single-cylinder engine. It also had the bizarre feature of front-wheel drive and rear-wheel steering.
- The Motor Car Journal 1899- Volume 1 - Page 402 "THE PY MOTOR-VOITURETTE ... resemble the well-known Bollee, but which on closer inspection differs considerably therefrom, has lately been put on the market in France by the Compagnie des Automobiles du Sud-Ouest, of which M. André Py, the designer of the vehicle, ..."
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