French Motorcycles

Voisin Engines

Company established by Gabriel Voisin which built aircraft, motorcycle engines and automobiles.

Supplied engines to Austral (1929), DFR, Dresch, Motor-Fly (1920), CP-Roleo, Origan and others.

One of his more unusual machines was the 1949 C30 Biscooter, which has the appearance of the lovechild of a 2CV and a Mini-Moke. In 1953 a Spanish firm developed this as the Biscuter which did very well and was nicknamed the Zapatilla.

Sources: automobiles-voisin.fr

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