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1896. The Triouleyre Autocar (No. 25) of the 1896 Paris-Marseilles-Paris Race

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1896. The Triouleyre Autocar (No. 25) of the 1896 Paris-Marseilles-Paris Race

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The Triouleyre was a French automobile manufactured between 1896 and 1898. The car had a rear mounted five horsepower horizontal engine along the lines of a Benz driving the back axle through belts and chains. Two started in the 1896 Paris-Marseilles-Paris Race and Paris-Nantes races but failed to finish.[1]

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