Jacquet Flyer

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The Jacquet Flyer was an American automobile manufactured only in 1921. It was built in Belding, Michigan by the Jacquet Motor Corporation of America. A sports car which sold for a fairly high price, it had a 124-inch (3,100 mm) wheelbase; wire wheels were standard. The cars, few of which were made, were powered by four-cylinder Wisconsin engines of 6.2L capacity; the only model offered was a two-passenger roadster.


David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles

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