Henry Bauchet

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Henry Bauchet au volant de sa voiture (passager à l'avant)- 5CV Lessieux-Bauchet, Rethel, Ardennes, France, 1900

Henry Bauchet was a French ingénier (1879-1970) and inventor. He conceived and manufactured the first prototype of modern automobile, called "La Sirène" from 1899 to 1907. The Henry Bauchet was a French automobile manufactured from 1903. It was a 5/8 cv twin-cylinder light car from Rethel which was sold directly to the public and also called l'Ardennais.

Henry Bauchet (Français)

References[edit]

David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles