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The Lurquin-Coudert was a French automobile manufactured in Paris from 1906[1] (or 1907) until 1914. Produced by a maker of industrial engines, they were "voiturette-tricars"; a twin-cylinder ran in the touring class at the 1907 Château-Thierry hillclimb.

In 1911 they produced their first 4-wheeled cyclecar, badged as Coudert. It used a Vee twin 'Train' engine and belt drive until 1912, when a friction plate clutch and chain drive was introduced.[1]


  1. ^ a b Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars, 1885-Present by G.N. Georgano
  • David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles

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