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Adler

The German word for eagle.
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Adler (Germany) 1900-1940.
Adler built cars with de Dion-Bouton engines and from 1902 its own four-cylinder engines. Driven by Erwin and Otto Kleyer sons of Heinrich Kleyer, founder of Adler, and by Alfred Theves (founder of the ATE piston-ring works), these cars won many sporting events.


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Adler logo.

Popular models of the 1920s, were 2298cc, 1550cc and 4700cc four-cylinder and 2580cc six- cylinder cars. Gropius and Neuss coachwork was seen on many models, built between 1927 and 1934. They had 2916cc six- cylinder and 3887cc eight-cylinder engines. The front-wheel- drive Trumpf models of the 1930s with 995cc (Trumpf Junior), 1494cc and 1645cc four-cylinder engines, gained many successes in races, including the Le Mans 24 hours.

Among rear-driven Adler cars were the 1943cc "Favorit", the 2916cc six-cylinder "Diplomat" and the 1910cc four-cylinder and 2494cc six-cylinder models with partially streamlined bodywork built until the Second World War. Adler only built motorcycles after World War Two.


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Adler emblem.

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Adler logos.

ADLER EMBLEMS
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Adler emblem.

ADLER BROCHURES
adler trumpf brochure

Adler Trumpf brochure.

adler stromform brochure

Adler Stromform 2.5 Litre brochure.

 
 
COMMENTS
Georg Plantenga3420 days ago

Great! Great! Great!

naranjo3059 days ago

pouriez vous m'aider à trouver le roulement à billes de la boite à vitesse n°yc ksa I-91704, pour une voiture ADLER TRUMPH 1927, merci

bumper2782 days ago

Vintage looking vehicle, I wonder if they still distribute these kinds of cars nowadays or if they still present these cars in car shows.

pam2537 days ago

I think they don't distribute these kind of cars anymore. Probably on car shows. But most definitely this car sure has something to offer that other cars don't.

Kay Ulrich2368 days ago

Adler also manufactured Sewing Mashines, Typewriters and Bicycles, it's also interesting that the Eagelhead of the Emblem between 1933 till 1945 look only to the "right" side, past this Time the Eagel looked to the left side, before 1933, both versions were available.

Bullitt42481933 days ago

Recently there was a Adler Proto SR1 listed on ebay - it had a chevy engine. It looked like an early Jag with double hump head rests (built into the trunk lid area) - it was listed as a 1997?

Also Im looking for a project car - either a early Jag, Austin/Saxon or Pantera. No engine, no tranny - no problem. Please email any info you wish to share. Western New York area.

Nikki Moreschi1533 days ago

Do you have any broucheres or prints with Adler available for purchase?

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