De Dion-Bouton

In 1883, Count Jules de Dion went into partnership with engineer George Bouton and began producing steam-powered vehicles.  In 1894, the Count came first in one of his cars in the Paris to Rouen Trial, but was later placed second.  Steam power gave way to petrol engines, the company continuing to build cars until 1932.

1894 De Dion-Bouton "Victoria". (Placed 2nd in the 1894 Paris to Rouen Trial). Model by Rio
1900 De Dion-Bouton vis-a-vis. RAMI model by JMK
1900 De Dion-Bouton. RAMI model by JMK
1900 De Dion-Bouton. RAMI model by JMK
1902 De Dion-Bouton course. RAMI model by JMK
1912 De Dion-Bouton Berlina. Model by Minialuxe