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Poirier

The Poirier was first manufactured in France in 1928. The company primarily manufactured invalid carriages but they also advertised various 3-wheelers for general sale. In 1935 back-to-back versions and monocars were superseded in by the Monoto single and tandem-seater voiturettes.  These vehicles were built on tubular frames with steel body work. Prior to World War 2 the Poirier was powered by a 175cc Train or Sachs engines as well as Peugeot and Gnome-et-Rhône wer engines. Along with shaft transmission, these were replaced after the war with 98cc Sachs and 125cc Ydral engines.  The company ceased production in 1958.

A 1958 Poirier.  (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

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