Lufbery automobile

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For the WWI American ace, see Raoul Lufbery.

The Lufbery was a French automobile manufactured from 1898 until around 1902. Built by Charles-Edouard Lufbery, it was a rear-engined vee-twin which combined epicyclic gearing and three-speed belt transmission to create a primitive form of overdrive.

References[edit]

David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.