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From<ref>Nick Georgano (editor). ''The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile: Coachbuilding'', [https://books.google.se/books?id=cn90DwAAQBAJ&lpg=PT930&ots=SqX7erCy_E&dq=Carrosserie%20Vinet-Boulogne&pg=PT930#v=onepage&q=Carrosserie%20Vinet-Boulogne&f=false page with Vinet]</ref>> this company operated from circa 1903 to circa 1914.  It was renamed Carrosserie G. Vinet in 1909. It made or worked on auto bodies.
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When exactly it worked on airplanes is not clear; below we estimate 1909-1914.
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Advertisement in L'Aérophile, 1 January 1909.

Auto body workshop (carrosserie) also involved in airplane construction, woodwork, etc.

  • Address: 43, Quai de Seine

From[1]> this company operated from circa 1903 to circa 1914. It was renamed Carrosserie G. Vinet in 1909. It made or worked on auto bodies.

When exactly it worked on airplanes is not clear; below we estimate 1909-1914.

References

  1. Nick Georgano (editor). The Beaulieu Encyclopedia of the Automobile: Coachbuilding, page with Vinet
Names Carrosserie Vinet-Boulogne
Country FR
City Courbevoie, Seine
Affiliations
Keywords
Started aero 1909
Ended aero 1914
Key people