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Laurin & Klement


Laurin & Klement (1895–1925) was a bicycle, motorcycle and automobile manufacturer in Mladá BoleslavBohemia, at the time also known in German as Jungbunzlau, and a part of Austria-Hungary (Present Czech Republic).
The company was founded in 1895, and named after founders: Václav Laurin (born 27 September 1865, died 4 December 1930), and Václav Klement(born 16 October 1868, died 13 August 1938).
Car production commenced in 1905, and the company soon became the largest car manufacturer in Austria-Hungary. In 1925 the company was acquired by the Škoda Works, and operated henceforth under the brand Škoda Auto (Škoda).
Laurin & Klement vehicle from 1905
Founded
1895
Founder
Václav Laurin and Václav Klement
Headquarters
Mladá Boleslav, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary

Models

Laurin & Klement A (1905)
Laurin & Klement B (1906)
Laurin & Klement C (1906)
Laurin & Klement E (1906)
Laurin & Klement B2 (1907)
Laurin & Klement C2 (1907)
Laurin & Klement FC (1907) (racing car)
Laurin & Klement FCS (1908) (racing car)
Laurin & Klement BS (1908)
Laurin & Klement EN (1909)
Laurin & Klement FCR (1909) (racing car)
Laurin & Klement ENS (1910)
Laurin & Klement T / Ta (1914)
Laurin & Klement MK6 (Laurin & Klement MK6 / 445 / 450) (1920)
Laurin & Klement A (1922) (Laurin & Klement A / 100) (1922)
Laurin & Klement 105 (1923)
Laurin & Klement 150 (1923)
Laurin & Klement 350 (1925)
Laurin & Klement 110 (1925)
Laurin & Klement 120 (1925)
Škoda 360 (Laurin & Klement 360) (1926)
Laurin & Klement 110 (1925)
Laurin & Klement BS (1907)
Laurint & Klement A (1905)
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Last updated on 6 July 2013 at 19:10.

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