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Category:  Tires
Name:  Jenatzy
Brand:  Jenatzy
Years:  1930's - ?
Country:  Belgium
Added By: Munny on 07/27/19
Updated By: Munny on 07/27/19
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Jenatzy was the name of the Belgian racer who first broke the 100km/h speed record
This on an electrical car called "La Jamais Contente" (the Never Happy)

Camille Jenatzy died in 1913
He was the son of a rubber industrial (thus earlier) 
The strange family name is due to old Italian origin (and not as wrongly published in tonton vélo) 

I've documents of their production in 1939
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