The Mototri Contal was a French automobile manufactured from 1907 until 1908. More elaborate than most three-wheelers of its era, it featured Roi-des-Belges bodywork on its more expensive models; the company also manufactured delivery tricycles. Perhaps the high point of the firm's existence was the entry of one of its tricars in the Peking-Paris Race 1907. The car, driven by Auguste Pons, however failed to go very far.
David Burgess Wise, The New Illustrated Encyclopedia of Automobiles.
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