1914 Peugeot L45 Grand Prix Two Seater
Courtesy of Bonhams

All dual-overhead-camshaft engines trace their origins back to a few Peugeots built a hundred years ago by a trio of racers, Jules Goux, Georges Boillot and Paolo Zuccarelli — and their engineer collaborator Ernest Henry. The race cars they built had several variations to comply with changing regulations, but today only two examples of these pioneering ...

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