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1936 ADLER TRUMPF

FRONT WHEEL DRIVE & UNIBODY CONSTRUCTION

Production Years: 1933 -1939
Country: Germany
Number Produced: 50,000

Engineered by Hans Gustav Rohr & Josef Dauben

The Adler Company of Frankfurt, Germany, hired Hans Gustav Rohr as its technical manager. The Trumpf and the Trumpf Junior were Rohr’s creations. The Adler Trumpf Junior is now regarded as one of the best-engineered cars from the 1930’s. The list of “modern” features is impressive: Four speed transaxle, Front-wheel drive (Tracta licensed), unibody by Budd Corporation’s subsidiary – Ambi-Budd, rack and pinion steering, four wheel independent suspension with torsion bars for the rear wheels.

Adler Trumpf Documents
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