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MFZ Motorcycles

A Brief History of the Marque

Manufactured in Berlin by Motorfahrzeug GmbH, 1921-1928

Various addresses including Berlin W 9, Lindenstr. 38

The motorcycles used 200cc, 250cc, and in 1925, 350cc engines.


One of the most extensively used lightweights appears to be the M.F.Z., which is fitted with a single-cylinder overhead-valve engine, the valve operation of which is by push rods and rockers. This has the change-speed mechanism combined with the crank case and final drive by belt.

The Motor Cycle October 6th, 1921.

Sources: GTU Oldtimerservice, The Motor Cycle

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