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Bjering was the brand name of an automobile type constructed by Hans C. Bjering in Gjovik, Norway. The car had an unusual tandem-arrangement of its two seats and an air-cooled V4 engine. Its small width made the vehicle capable of driving in the narrow track left by the snow plough in the Norwegian roads during winter. Only 6 were built (4 with the engine placed in the middle, and 2 with engine placed at the rear) between 1918 and 1920.

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