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Winner - the International Historic Motoring Awards 2016

Throughout the 35 years of motor vehicle production, the De Dion Bouton company made regular changes to the specifications of the vehicles produced, but the presence of the same key personnel at the helm of the company throughout this period ensured that the changes were gradual. In overall terms, the company was conservative and some of the earliest innovations, including the De Dion rear axle were present on an extensive range of models for more than twenty years.

The development of the various models has been broken down here into different chronological periods, and within each of these the different engine configurations are covered separately. Further details on all types of vehicles can be found in the volumes prepared by Surrenden Press (surrendenpress.com)

For more information on every period, please click on the years below.

         

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Jul 19 2021 Maintaining a De Dion Bouton in 1903 The first purchase of a motor car in the early 1900s was not for the faint hearted, given the challenges of the poor roads, lack of signage, and issue. . . Read more >
Jul 13 2021 Around the world A single cylinder Type AL (BY 1009) that belonged to our President, Tom Cook, was recently sold at auction, and is now believed to be in Denmark. If a. . . Read more >
Jun 21 2021 CarLog3 - 1902 De Dion Bouton Vis a Vis 6hp single cylinder 2 speed 340kg Type L Many thanks to Bernard Holmes and all at Barnards Farm for allowing the filming of this wonderful car and. . . Read more >

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Tom Cook

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