Léon Bollée

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Léon Bollée Automobiles was a French company founded by Léon Bollée in Le Mans to build a first vehicle called "Voiturette".

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Léon Bollée logotype.

The first "Voiturette" built by Léon Bollée in 1895 was a three-wheel tandem driven by a single-cylinder 3 HP engine and belt drive.

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Leon Bollee front grill emblem. (source: Cyrnos Ferralex)

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1906 Bollee ad, stating that Cryder & Company, (T. A. Havemeyr and Henry C. Cryder), located at the N.E. corner of ParK Avenue and 63d Street in New York are the exclusive agents in the US for Leon Bollee Motor Syndicate.

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