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Three WheelersEdit

I disagree that the term 'voiturette' was used for three-wheeled vehicles in France in the 1920s. In fact, this time was kind of "Golden Age" for sporty, little, four-wheeled automobiles. I've changed that in the article although I cannot deliver an actual source yet. The makes mentioned, alas, speak for themselves. --Chief tin cloud (talk) 14:01, 27 July 2010 (UTC)

Cross references to specific examplesEdit

I've just put in wikilinks to six specific cars that were made around the turn of the century. All of them are French, but I admit that only some of them specifically claim to have been examples of voiturette. I will let another editor, more expert than I, sort these out if I have been over enthusiastic. My main motivation, though, was to increase the number of cross references to these articles, since they are all stubs, and all classed as orphans. (So, the more I can draw attention to them, and get other experts to work further on them, the better). TheAMmollusc (talk) 10:47, 28 July 2011 (UTC)