Renault posters

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Assorted posters from Renault.

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1908 Renault Freses Billancourt (France) poster. Renault was founded in 1898 by the three brothers Louis, Marcel and Fernand Renault. The company was initially called “Renault-Frères”

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1912 Renault Automobiles poster.

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1923 Renault 4CV poster.

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1945 poster. On January 16, 1945 marked a change for the company, which became the Régie Nationale des Usines Renault.

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1947 Renault Regie poster.

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1960 Renault 4CV posters.

renault dauphine poster

Renault Dauphine poster. The rear-engined 4-door Dauphine was launched in 1956 to replace the highly successful Renault 4CV. The Dauphine was originally intended to be called The Corvette, but the name was changed to Dauphine (the female form of the French feudal title of Dauphin) to avoid confusion with the recently-launched Chevrolet Corvette. Production ceased in 1968 after a total of 2 million models had been sold. Renault also developed a Dauphine Coupe and even a convertible called the Floride. Dauphines were economical and reliable but prone to corrosion and because of this, not too many survive. (available at Art Of Motring).

renault alpine 310 poster

Renault Alpine 310 poster. (available at Art Of Motoring).

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1981 Renault 4 poster.

Renault   Founded in 1898 by brothers Louis, Marcel and Fernand Renault.
Renault related emblems   
Renault ads   
Renault brochures   
Renault Reinastella : 1992   
Renault Mégane Coupe : 2008   
Renault Fuego : 1980-1992   
Renault 4 : 1961-1994   
Renault Laguna Coupé : 2009   
Renault Z.E. : 2008   All electric.
Renault October 2008 sales   A decrease of 14.1%.
Renault 2008 December Sales   A decrease of 4.2 percent.
Renault Clio GT : 2009   The new benchmark.
Renault Clio Sport : 2009   
Renault: Carlos Ghosn appointed President and CEO   
Renault and Ondas Join Forces   
Renault R5 Turbo II : 1984   
Renault’s New Typographic Identity   Designed by Production Type.
Renault   Official site.
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