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Wendax

1949-1951
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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.


wendax logo

Wendax logo.

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.


WENDAX CARS
wendax ws 750 50

1950 Wendax WS 750.

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