Corre La Licorne
Corre La Licorne (though mostly known as Licorne) was a manufacturer of cars based in Levallois-Perret, France. The company was founded in 1901 by Jean-Marie Corre.
Its history is quite colourful and includes litigation, name changes, change of factory locations. Still, it did survive WWI and the Great Depression.
However, after WWII it faced a headwind caused by the French government (who restructured the automobile industry) which eventually forced it to cease trading in 1950.
Front view of a black 1939 La Licorne 163. This classic car was on display at a museum in Reims, Fra...
Classic car at Reims
Another photo of the 1939 built La Licorne 163 seen on display at a museum in Reims, France.
La LIcorne 1926 (1)
engine Ballot 9/12 CV
Seen in the Car Museum, Talmont-Saint-Hilaire, Vendée, France.