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Dumas

The Dumas was first manufactured in France in 1902 by M.A Dumas fils. It was powered by a Buchet 4.5hp engine that sat behind the front wheel. Power from the engine was fed to the front wheel by a chain. Compared to other 3-wheelers at the time the Dumas has a distinctive car look to it with its engine being housed under a bonnet, a two-seater body and steering wheel. Production ceased one year later in 1903.

The 1902 Dumas. (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

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