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Gustave Adolphe Clement

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1909. Clement with Talbot and Shorland
1910. Although entitled Alphonse, it seems probable this was Adolphe Clement.

Gustave Adolphe Clément, often known as Adolphe

He left his firm, Clément, which continued automobile production under the name Clément-Gladiator.

Founded a new car company in Mézières (now Charleville-Mézières) which was called Clement-Bayard

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