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Clement Cars

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December 1902. 5-hp model.
February 1903. 11 h.p. Clement car owned by G. S. T. Paine.
January 1903. Part 1.
January 1903. Part 2.
May 1903. 40 h.p. racing car.
May 1903. 40 h.p. light car.
February 1905.
February 1905.
September 1905.

Early French maker of automobiles, of Pne. St Gervaise, Seine, France (1914)

Sold in the UK by the Clement Motor Co

1902 Adolphe Clément left the Clement cars company to enter an arrangement with Charles Chetwynd-Talbot; they formed Clément-Talbot in Britain; Clément formed Clément-Bayard in France. The existing business was joined with Cycles et Automobiles Gladiator and renamed Société Francaise des Cycles Clément et Gladiateur Ltd.

1905 UK agents are E. H. Lancaster

1906 Produced 10-12 h.p. (two-cylinder), 12-14 h.p., 14-18 h.p., 18 h.p., 24-32 h.p. (all four models were four cylinder) and 30-40 h.p. (six-cylinder) cars. Sold in the UK through the Clement Motor Co. [1]

1913-1917 For a list of the models and prices see the 1917 Red Book

Early Registrations

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. The Automobile Vol. III. Edited by Paul N. Hasluck and published by Cassell in 1906.