Jacques Salleron

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Jacques Salleron (1880?-1951?) set up a shop in Paris in 1901. Called Auto-Generale it sold various brands such as Mors, Richard-Brasier etc. Salleron first appeared as a racer at the 1902 Paris-Vienna race, where he drove a Georges-Richard. In 1903 he was at third place with his Mors at the tragic Paris-Madrid race. In 1906 he raced a Hotchkiss. His shop was last mentioned in 1909.

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