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Souriau

The Souriau was first created in Loire-et-Cher, France in 1912 though an experimental model had appeared as early as 1907.  The vehicle, also known as the Obus, was powered by either a 5hp 625cc single cylinder engine or a much larger 8hp 1,460cc 4-cylinder engine. The engine provided power by belt to the single front wheel that drove and steered the vehicle.  Production ceased in 1914.

The 1912 Souriau.  (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

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