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A Brief History of the Marque

Founded in 1888 by Gustav Hiller.
Up until 1907 the Phanomen Company of Zittan (Germany) had been building just bicycles and motorcycles. In 1907 they produced their first 3-wheeler called the Phanomobil. Versions of this machine were produced for some 20 years, many being sold to both the German and Swedish governments for their postal services.

During WWII they built Granit trucks for the Wehrmacht. At the time there were around 3000 people employed by the factory.

The company is believed to have been acquired by the Meister concern in 1950.

Sources: JF


Thu Apr 12 2012
Ph11<at>hotmail.co.uk
General
Phanomen Bob
Hi Iv recently inherited a phanomen bob and am looking for any info about them as I can't find much on the net, also any advice on getting a valuation for insurance
Many thanks
Phil
Preston, uk


Sat Mar 13 2010
olympic<at>freemail.hu
Phanomen Ahoi 125 parts wanted
Phanomen Ahoi 125ccm parts (frame, brake pedal, mid-stand, electric horn, tail light) wanted.


Fri Dec 08 2006
andreas at leondesign.de
Phänomen History
from 1900 to 1945
Hello, i come from germany. My father and i have show the users of www a good directory of Phänomen Motorcycles! The url is www.oldtimer-freunde.info ; the kategorie is Fahrzeuge & Firmen and then Phänomen! Come to us and check our history!!
Oberlausitz, Germany

Phanomen Bob 100.jpg
Phanomen Bob 100



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