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Jules Brandt revealed the "Reine 1950" at the 1948 Paris Salon. The "1950" in the name was to represent his intent to sell the car that year.

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1949 Brandt Reine 1950 concept.

The only way to enter the car was thru the front or rear, since it had no side doors. It didn't even have front windshield wipers. It had a 4-cylinder, 8-piston, two-stroke engine with a displacement corresponding to 935cc.

It never went into production.

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1949 Brandt Reine 1950 concept catalog.

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