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The Koppin was a cyclecar built in Fenton, Michigan by the Koppin Motor Company in 1915. The Koppin was a two-seater cyclecar that used a two-cylinder air-cooled De Luxe engine of 1.2L capacity. It came equipped with a friction transmission. The vehicle was priced at $375. It was sometimes claimed that this make succeeded the Signet cyclecar.
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