CORRE - LA LICORNE
Various cars with proprietary engines were made until 1906. Up until then the cars were sold under the name of Corre.  The range was then a twin-cylinder (1727cc) and a 15/20 hp four (2544cc); however, the old single-cylinder De Dion-engined 8 hp model of 942cc was in production until 1912. After that date all Corres had four-cylinder engines. No fewer than nine models were available in 1914, from 7 hp to 25 hp.  ;Corre- La Licorne moved to Courbevoie and changed their name to "La Licorne" new model presented in 1919 had a sv Ballot engine of 1244cc.




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Corre La Licorne type J Sport 1909 motor: monocylinder, Brand: Dion Bouton 1257 cc 3 gears. (foto, Musée de l'Automobile)
Copyright - Charles Mizzy
Copyright - Charles Mizzy
Copyright - Charles Mizzy
1910 model Aster
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"Corre" La Licorne - 15-02-1907
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Corre LA Licorne 1907 double coupé
Corre La Licorne type M et type K coupé Landaulet
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