Brochure De Dion Bouton Automobiles 1913
Very nice and rare brochure of De Dion Bouton model year 1913.
This booklet of 28 pages contains beautiful drawings of cars such as the chassis 6, 10, 12, 14, 25 & 20 HP (8 cylinder), engines, various parts, machinery, specification over view and prices.
1908 De Dion-Bouton AL2 8hp Rear Entrance Tonneau
The De Dion offered here although registered on the V5 as a 1906 at present is verified by the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain as a 1908 example of the 8hp with desirable rear entrance door which, when new, we believe cost £208. With right hand drive and wheel steering, it represented De Dion-Bouton's latest thinking at the time of its introduction, embodying important developments in design, construction and coachwork in advance of the firm's earlier quadricycles.
1898 Marot-Gardon, 2.75hp Tricycle
This is an excellent example of a 1898 Marot-Gardon tricycle that has been upgraded over the years, with the addition of a larger 2.75hp air-cooled engine, fuel tank for longer range touring, and a Jamatel gearbox. It has a dating certificate from the Veteran Car Club of Great Britain, and has participated on London to Brighton Veteran Car Runs, the Pioneer Run, and numerous DDBUK Club events.
Contact John Wilton (firstname.lastname@example.org/02392-613490)
1913 De Dion Bouton Type EK No 187
1913 De Dion Bouton Type EK No 187
Four cylinder-bore 60mm x stroke 120mm.
A most original car with original coachwork, Very good leather upholstery. Went to the U.S.A. new and imported into N.Z. in the 1970s..
A host of detailed photographs are available.
Phone: NZ 006434340998.
De Dion Bouton: The Essential Library and Source Book, 1888-1931
This project has been in creation for almost two decades. Published bibliographies of the output of any motor car manufacturer are rare, and this is especially the case in the veteran world, where published material is scattered across a broad range of journals, many of which are scarce or difficult to find. Few bibliographies can claim to be exhaustive and definitive, but this particular volume, a first attempt of abibliography of the De Dion Bouton company, is a comprehensive treatment of the motortricycles, passenger cars andcommercial vehicles that left the factory over the forty years of production.
More than 2,000 known publications and articles from English, French and German sources are included, and presented in chronological order. Each reference has a short commentary on the relevance of the content. For individual car owners or enthusiasts wishing to research a particular Type of vehicle, there are charts of the output of each year, divided into different sections for passenger and commercial vehicles, with a listing of technicalspecifications.In the main body of the text, there is an introduction on the sources available during the period 1888-1931 and their relative importance, as well as a section on the development of the company. Preceding each chapter of references, there is an introductory essay on the historical context and details of the vehicles referenced. Together, the introductions amount to 35,000 words and provide a narrative of the company and its products from the beginning to the end. The appendices include a lengthy consideration of the production volumes and offer guidance on where thequoted sources can be located.
This is a 240-page volume of identical specification to the previousDe Dion Bouton Type andSpecificationseries andThe Tricycle Books.There are more than 200 illustrations in colour and black and whiteof the vehiclesunder review,many of which have not been published previously, along with extracts taken from the company’s catalogues, .
The Essential Library and Source Book will be of value to those interested in the De Dion Bouton marque and to all early motoring enthusiasts curious to learn more about the fluctuating fortunes of the world’s largest engine manufacturer at the turn of the last century, whose contribution had largely been forgotten forty years later.
The print run for this volume will be limited to 300 copies.
Copies can be ordered through the website: surrendenpress.com; by email (email@example.com), or by calling +44(0) 7500003926
C1903 lot of mechanical parts
A lot of circa 1903 De Dion Bouton mechanical parts. Please advise which part you want.
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Type AV1 Motor cycle - 1925
De Dion Bouton - 98cc AV1 - 1925
This motor cycle, possibly the only surviving example of the model, was part of a collection for many years, and will require simple re-commissioning and registration before use, but it is complete.
The model was introduced following the Bicyclette Moteur Auxiliary (BMA) law of 1925 which stated that no licence was required for vehicles with engines less than 100cc, weighing less than 30 kg and a top speed of 30 km/h.
Contact Tom Cook: firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0) 7831 116810
1921 De Dion Bouton Type IE
1921 Type IE (chassis no. 4261) - Paris 'Town car'
The Type IE, launched in August 1921 with a four cylinder monobloc side valve engine (70mm bore x 120mm stroke) of 10hp was virtually identical to the Type ID of the previosu year, apart from having a 10cm longer wheelbase. With its semi-elliptic supension on the front and cantlilever arrangement to the rear, it followed the pattern of the majority of the 1920s cars.
This particular vehicle was imported into the UK 20 years ago, having had its chassis and mechanical elements restored. Work continued on the sumptuous interior, with its front seats upholstered in claret leather and the rear seats in a contrasting material of a period design. There are lots of polished wood trims, the doors have window sashes, with fluted trim panels and bone handles. The centre piece is a polished mahogany unit with a silver topped decanter and 2 cut glasses. The bodywork was restored and painted laret with black wings, colours that were close to the original. The exterior of the car had the remains of 'Cannage', but lacking the knowledge of this process, simple paintwork was chosen.
Contact Paul Weeks - 07753663020
1907 Type AL De Dion Bouton Two-seater + Spider seat
1907 De Dion Bouton Type AL 8 HP. Two seater plus rear Spider seat. Original car, well known in club circles. Last owner for 18 years, fully hand restored - correct original specification. Lots of paperwork and photographs including of the restoration. £38,000 ovno.
To view please contact; Jean MacGowan, (Felsted, Essex). M 0770 3272507 or 01371 821067. email email@example.com
1911 Type CS2 De Dion Bouton Tourer
1911 Type CS2 De Dion Bouton Tourer
Engine no. 6765C; Gearbox no. 26183
The Type CS2 has a 14hp, four-cylinder engine of 2121cc with mechanical valves, a double sleeve sliding pinion, four-speed gearbox, and a pressed steel chassis. It was launched at the Paris Salon at the end of November 1911, and remained in production until the end of the following year. With a price tag of F.Fr 8,100, it was aimed at the higher end of the market, and sold well. An example of this particular model can be found at the Shlumpf Museum in France.
This car was imported from France some years ago, and following a substantial restoration of the open bodied tourer coachwork, has been fastidiously maintained. It starts easily, requires little effort to maintain a steady cruising speed of 40+mph, is extremely comfortable for front and rear passengers, and is well equipped with enough brass equipment to keep the most fastidious of polishers well occupied.
Contact Tom Cook - +44(0)7831-116810, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Type CD Engine
Type CD Engine (100mm bore x 120mm stroke) of 1909/1910.
Serial Number - 25207.
Complete and in excellent condition
Asking price is 1,000 Euros.
Contact Clemens Heddier - email @motorremise.de
1907 Type AU Two-seater
For Sale. 1907. De Dion Bouton 8HP AU Type. 2 Seater. Complete with original body , 3 speed quadrant change, stepney wheel, original registration number. VCC dated. Photo's available. £33995.
01614860565. e.mail email@example.com
1925 Type IW Torpedo tourer
De Dion Bouton
IW Torpedo bodied tourer
12 HP 4cyl 1870cc
C/N IW 11262
Jersey plate J58689 formerly French
Original paint in great condition
Engine recently serviced + new fuel pump
Convertible roof in great condition.
For more information please contact
Glenn Barnett 07797 916246
Place your adverts here.
If you are seeking somthing particular, contact the club to place your advert here.
1904 10hp Twin Cylinder
1904 Twin cylinder Type W, 10hp rear entrance tonneau for sale
Car No. 213, Engine no. 282B, VCC dated.
With twice the engine capacity (1400cc) of the 6hp De Dion Bouton motor cars, the Type W was designed to carry four people in comfort over any terrain. The gear change mechanism is different to that of the single cylinder machines, making it even easier to drive.
This vehicle has been well maintained, regularly used and is ready for the road.
Contact Mike Mutters: 01903 883968/ 07785 525616 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1909 Type BQ Tourer
1909, Type BQ Four-seater Tourer (Engine no. 4325C; Gearbox 19292C; Crankshaft stamped 07.06.09).
This model was the company’s first to have the four cylinder monobloc 14hp engine, and was made in significant numbers.
The vehicle was sold at the Sharpe sale some years ago, and has recently emerged from a comprehensive restoration (photographs available), and is ready for the road, complete with fresh upholstery. With four seater accommodation and a willing engine, it represents an attractive package for family motoring.
To view, please call Michael Edwards (07500003926) or Tom Cook (07831116810). Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
1909 Type BO Double Phaeton
This is an example of one of the longer wheelbase, larger capacity, single cylinder vehicles that De Dion Bouton made. It is a very original vehicle that has been meticulously restored and maintained, and has a full compliment of brass lights and instruments. Until very recently it has been regularly used and has always been reliable. There are extensive history files.
Offers of around 50,000 euros are invited.
Contact: Clemens Heddier - email@example.com
1901 Vis-à-Vis 4 ½ HP De Dion
Registration number: Y107
Chassis number: 1501
VCC Dating Certificate: 1071
Engine number: 6045
Car number: 984
44 London to Brighton runs with present owner, regularly with 4 passengers.
First London to Brighton run in 1934.
Family ownership since 1960s.
Appeared in the 1953 film, ‘Genevieve’.
Recent extensive restoration.
Well known car with good history. Entry to 2018 London to Brighton included.
Contact: Alison Archer 01535 630005 firstname.lastname@example.org
100% complete only needs paint and nickel plating
Badges for the surface carb are with the Trike
All original parts that were in bad condition are still with the Trike
Sold October 2012
1898 De Dion Trike
Excellent history, first to Brighton. Fully restored
SOLD TO CLUB MEMBER Feb 2011
1901 De Dion, type G, 4 1/2 hp vis a vis in outstanding order.
VCC dated and reviewed (certificate # 49).
SOLD TO CLUB MEMBER Feb 2012
Well known car which was in use up to 1914, then dusted off and completed the first RAC London to Brighton Run in 1930 (and the subsequent years up to 1939).
In 1939 it raced at the last Brooklands meeting before WW2. All this history is documented with a number of period photographs and supporting literature.
The car has had many illustrious VCC owners since, and has continued to be a very regular and reliable Brighton entrant on an annual basis.
Recently rallied in the UK and on the Continent, this still highly original example really is one of the very best. Taxed, MOT’d and confirmed lbvcr 2011 entry.
Crescent Paris 1900 small car
(size first model Renault)
with de Dion Bouton 2 3/4 engine air cooled.
3 speed flat belt drive-
Steering bar and main tube from rear axle is new.
All parts very sound, with some work can be run as is.
Sold March 2013
1903/4 10 HP Twin cylinder Type W
Car no 213 Engine no 282B Registration EF 16
VCC Passport 3853
Sold to Club Member 2014
De Dion Bouton Trike
Former Veteran Car Club loan machine is very original and a finest in its class Trike, lovely to ride with Hanriot Frères gear engagement, 2 3/4hp; has a water cooled head and de Dion carburettor, Brooks saddle, and is complete with starting handle, trembler coil, battery, and bulb horn.
Sold to Club Member 2014
A replica de Dion commercial trailer is available with the Trike (tow housing included).
1904 De Dion Bouton 10 HP twin cylinder type W four seat tonneau body.
VCC dated certificate no 2534, car number 47.
Nicely original and looked after.
2007 successful Brighton run.
Sold to Club Member within a week -
De Dion Bouton. 1903 four seater tonneau. 8 hp model R. Registration no BS8277. Dating certificate no 1522.
Sold to Club Member February 2016
This car is in good mechanical and cosmetic condition. The engine and transmission were reconditioned by the previous owner prior to my purchase. The work included new pistons and bearings in the engine,new bearings and clutch linings in the gearbox. The car has completed approximately 1000 totally reliable miles since then. The body work is in excellent condition, it is coach painted in dark blue with black wings. The seating is buttoned grey leather and again in very good condition. In my ownership it has been entered and completed seven London to Brighton runs. This car can be viewed in the West Midlands (Warwickshire) and comes with a tonneau cover, two new spare tyres and tubes.
Also a Renault "Master" van with low mileage used to transport the above De Dion Bouton could be available for sale.
A highly original 1900 De Dion Bouton tricycle in my family ownership for nearly 50 years.
Registration no. AAL 6.
Engine no. 14287.
VCC dating certificate no. 1886
(issued in 1991).
Sold to a Club Member -
This machine has an excellent provenance and is well-
My cousin purchased it at Sotheby’s dispersal sale of the well-
AAL 6 is almost certainly the only number that the vehicle has ever had and it is now very much part of the history of this Victorian vehicle.
This is a single-
The machine has been more active in the recent past than the preceding 75 years, successfully completing various events in the UK and on the Continent including the London to Brighton, the Pioneer and Banbury Runs and the DDBUK inaugural Jarrott run.
1899 De Dion-Bouton Vis-à-Vis Type D - Engine no. 947
Contact Details :-
+32 (0) 471 71 27 36
+32 (0) 27 32 55 01 fax
Believed one of three remaining examples
Same family ownership since 1985
In 1985, the car was offered for auction in Antwerp and purchased there by the current owner. Yvan Mahy, renowned specialist, confirmed that the car most probably was built in 1899 instead of 1898 as mentioned in some documentation and on the attached plate (see owner's notes on file). The engine was repaired after a breakdown and advice was obtained from Mahy about the potential restoration of the De Dion, which never happened. According to a 1985 newspaper report, this car is believed to be one of only three remaining examples of its type.
A rare opportunity to acquire a very early motor car that is still in very original condition. Please note that the car does not come with any registration documents.
It is located in Belgium.
De Dion Bouton, circa 1910 -12 Four cylinders
Engine numbers -
Good running condition as an original car.
Sold April 2018 to DDB Club member
For further details please contact
Australian delivered car with no rust problems at all chassis,running gear etc all excellent.
Originally from Marlborough St. London premises.
Always shedded and maintained in running condition, having spent all of its life in the mid-
All aspects of shipping loading offered for export including free delivery to port of Adelaide exit in South Australia
Victorian de Dion Bouton engined Phebus Tricycle
1900 Phebus, DDB 2.75hp 326cc engine number 1074, frame number 1981, registration number BS8656.
Sunbeam Motorcycle Club Pioneer Certificate Number 2044.
Found in good condition in Belgium 1985; restored and displayed in Dutch museum until acquired by myself in 2015. Stripped and completely recommissioned by Mick and Nick Penney including fitting Bozier gearbox, new tyres and various minor new parts.
The 1900 model has a longer frame allowing a lowered seating position and wider rear track, improving machine stability, together with the drop handle bars a more rakish stance is achieved than earlier machines. Similar to Wridgway’s Phebus, Crystal Palace September 1899 “Motor Car Club Championship Race” (Jarrott – Ten Years of Motors and Motor Racing, pp 92).
Participant 120th Anniversary Race meeting (Brooklands Finishing Straight, 29th November 2017). Eligible for Pioneer Run, London to Brighton and all Victorian events including Team Jarrott races.
01227 709474 or email@example.com
De Dion Bouton DE1, 1911
Older restoration, some history over the last 36 years, engine overhauled a few years ago, magneto recently refurbished, current UK registration (original Belgian number plate APF-