A Brief History of the Marque
Ludwid Traunspurger designed two-stroke engines of 198, 246 and 346cc, and a four-stroke 497cc sidevalve unit. Built in Walldorf/Baden, these were fitted to the automobile accessory firm's motorcycles in the years 1924 to 1933. Their Modell III had drum brakes front and rear, and power from the two-stroke engine was delivered via a thick belt. It had large footboards and a distinctive striped silencer.
Source: Tragatsch p196, motor-hist-foto.de.
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