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About ADK 

Belgian car brand ADK, founded by Robert De Kuyper in 1922, produced vehicles from 1922 to 1931. They sourced engines from manufacturers, starting with the 10CV Type Y-22 featuring a four-cylinder S.C.A.P. engine. They expanded with 4-cylinder models, unveiled a groundbreaking six-cylinder model in 1927, and introduced a straight-8 in 1928. Despite their promise, ADK closed in 1931, leaving a legacy of innovative designs in Belgian automotive history.

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