Dansk (automobile)

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Dansk (also known as Dansk & Christiansen) was the brand name of cars built by Dansk Automobil & Cyclefabrik in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 1901 and 1907. The company had been a bicycle repair shop before venturing into automobile construction. It built three- and four-wheel light cars with German Cudell engines. The factory also produced light buses and trucks in small numbers.

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