To this day, the surviving examples of the brand from the glorious era are very few. We have listed five Charron-Girardot-Voigt.
Thus, there is a 25 HP (1904) type “H” (or “HI”) which has a double phaeton body. Its serial number is 2054. It was “rediscovered” in the 1960s. It is today in a perfect state of restoration.
There is also :
– Another 25 HP (1904), serial number 2125, double phaeton, also restored.
– An “American” CGV, 15 HP version (1902 or 1903), “tonneau”, also exists in the United Kingdom.
– A 20 HP CGV (1905) with a double phaeton body, belonging to a French amateur.
– Finally, a 75 HP 1906 is in the Larz Andersen museum in the USA, limousine coupe.
The 20HP 1031 – photo below – is therefore, to our knowledge, one of the 6 CGVs (including 5 Brighton Cars) still in existence today. Visit our description for more pictures on this Charron-Girardot-Voigt Conduite Avancée from 1904.
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