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The first car to carry this name was the French-built La Ponette single-cylinder cyclecar imported by John Averies and sold either as the Averies or Averies-Ponette.  Early in 1913 he offered a light car with 1050cc 8/10hp 4-cylinder engine, 3-speed gearbox and shaft drive.  This was said to have been based on the Rolling made by Paul Dupressoir and was probably a Rolling bodied in England, or possibly imported as a complete car.

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