nr: 149 / 1912 Clement Bayard Tourer
Clement-Bayard, was mainly in the time before WWI a much produced brand, originating fromLevillas, Paris. The factory was founded by Adolphe Clément, and after several issues with other producers, he added to his name the name Bayard. Bayard being the Patron Saint of the village Mezieres, where the first factories for Clement were. The make mainly produced light cars, and remained faithful for a long time to the typical French design with the radiator located behind the engine. The majority of the treasured mdels are Roadsters. Tourers like this one are rare.
|Year of manufacture:||1912|
|Power (hp):||30 pk|
|Amount of cilinders:||4|
|License plate:||Duitse papieren|
|Country of registration:||Copy Michigan Title|
|Type of body:||Tourer|