Adler Cars

Remarkable cars picture encyclopedia - Adler Cars
 
1936 Adler Trumpf Cabriolet Limousine - Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
1936 Adler Trumpf Cabriolet Limousine - Tampa Bay Automobile Museum


By Year

1935 Adler Trumpf Junior
1935 Adler Trumpf Junior
 
1936 Adler Trumpf Cabriolet Limousine
1936 Adler Trumpf Cabriolet Limousine
 
1939 Adler W61 Military Truck
1939 Adler W61 Military Truck
 

Adler Vehicles

Adler-Werke vorm. Heinrich Kleyer AG
Frankfort Germany

In 1880 Heinrich Kleyer founded a bicycle business and by 1900 he moved to automobiles. During World War I, Adler built trucks, transmissions for tanks, and airplane engines. By 1928 Adler employed 6,000 people and was making 60 cars a day in addition to commercial vehicles and bicycles. They were Germany's third largest car maker after Opel and BMW. Passenger car production for Adler virtually ended with WWII. A few Adler Trumpf Juniors were made until 1941. During the war, the factory made staff cars and ambulances. When the factory was rebuilt after the war, it was used for the manufacturer of typewriters and motorcycles.


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