(France) 1895-1956.
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A pioneer of the French automobile and electrical industry, Emile Mors started by making air-cooled flat-twin engined cars, but soon progressed to V-4s with flexible engine mountings. After 1925 Mors only made components. During World War Two, they made some cheap electric cars, and in the 1950s they built scooters under the name of "Mors-Speed".

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1923 Mors "M" hood ornament. © Photo by Segura

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1923 Mors "M" hood ornament. © Photo by Segura

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1923 Mors Torpedo SSS radiator emblem. © Photo by Segura

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1911 Mors emblem. (by Joaquim Massana of Petit Comite).

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1923 Mors wheel hubcap. © Photo by Segura.

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Mors "M" hood ornament.

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Mors typology.

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1906 Mors. Available in 14-20 and 24-32 horsepower.

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1901 Mors 60 HP.

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1905 Mors limo ad.

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