Wendax was a small manufacturer from Hamburg, Germany. In the 1930s they built some motorcycles and three-wheeled vans. In 1950 they decided to build a car, to take advantage of the bad market in post-war Germany. This time was good for the few upstart automakers but did not last long.
The first model, which is according to the Encyclopedia of the Motorcar (1976), had a 398cc twin cylinder two-stroke (Ilo) engine and a primitive transmission to the righthand rear wheel.
The second model was a larger sedan with four doors. The Wendax Aero WS 750 had a 746cc Ilo twin cyl two-stroke engine and front wheel drive. Very few were made, this car got a very bad reputation. After about a year Wendax disappeared.
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