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Pre-WWI: Brothers Maurice and Georges Sizaire were developers of cars; Maurice was the designer, whilst Georges developed and raced the cars. Maurice agreed to design a car for F. W. Berwick which became [[Sizaire-Berwick]], built in Paris.
 
Pre-WWI: Brothers Maurice and Georges Sizaire were developers of cars; Maurice was the designer, whilst Georges developed and raced the cars. Maurice agreed to design a car for F. W. Berwick which became [[Sizaire-Berwick]], built in Paris.
  
Also see [[Sizaire]]
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Also see [[Sizaire]] and [[Sizaire-Naudin]]
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Latest revision as of 09:13, 22 May 2020

Pre-WWI: Brothers Maurice and Georges Sizaire were developers of cars; Maurice was the designer, whilst Georges developed and raced the cars. Maurice agreed to design a car for F. W. Berwick which became Sizaire-Berwick, built in Paris.

Also see Sizaire and Sizaire-Naudin

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