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Ache Freres

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1902

A surviving vehicle travels under this name but such a make appears in no period reference sources. It is a tubular-framed three-wheeler, the single front wheel being wheel-steered, and the mid-mounted De Dion-Bouton engine drives one rear wheel by means of a long flat belt. Its overall design somewhat resembles a machine made by Phébus in Paris and it may be that Ache Frères, whoever they were and wherever they were located, sold this vehicle with their own name attached to it.

Source: Society of Automotive Historians in Britain

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