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A 1958 Poirier.  (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

A 1958 Poirier.  (My thanks to Kerry Croxton for sending in this picture)

Poirier

Description

The Poirier was first manufactured in France in 1928. The company primarily manufactured invalid carriages but they also advertised various 3-wheelers for general sale. In 1935 back-to-back versions and monocars were superseded in by the Monoto single and tandem-seater voiturettes.  These vehicles were built on tubular frames with steel body work. Prior to World War 2 the Poirier was powered by a 175cc Train or Sachs engines as well as Peugeot and Gnome-et-Rhône wer engines. Along with shaft transmission, these were replaced after the war with 98cc Sachs and 125cc Ydral engines.  The company ceased production in 1958.




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Detailed Information
Detailed Description

The Poirier was first manufactured in France in 1928. The company primarily manufactured invalid carriages but they also advertised various 3-wheelers for general sale. In 1935 back-to-back versions and monocars were superseded in by the Monoto single and tandem-seater voiturettes.  These vehicles were built on tubular frames with steel body work. Prior to World War 2 the Poirier was powered by a 175cc Train or Sachs engines as well as Peugeot and Gnome-et-Rhône wer engines. Along with shaft transmission, these were replaced after the war with 98cc Sachs and 125cc Ydral engines.  The company ceased production in 1958.

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