BRUXELLES. Action Privilégiée de F100. green. # 5000. No 1498. Formed in 1906 to build in Belgium cars of the French make Sizaire et Naudin. The factory was at Molenbeek-St.Jean, 38 Blvd Baudouin. The Sizaire-Naudin was produced at Levallois-Perret, near Paris, from 1905-21. The company was one of the pioneers of the typically French small sporting voiturette. The original model quickly won acclaim for cheapness, simplicity and strength. It had a straightforward 918cc single-cylinder engine of the De Dion type, but the suspension and drive were unconventional. The car won various races from 1906 to 1910. In 1910 4-cylinder versions were introduced, in a generally larger car. The small models were dropped in 1913. The name continued until after World War I.
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