VEB Fahrzeugwerk Waltershausen

Waltershausen, Germany.
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In 1948 the company was renamed VEB Fahrzeugwerk Waltershausen, a name it retained until its privatization in 1991.

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VEB Fahrzeugwerk Waltershausen logo. (source: John Lloyd)

It was originally founded in 1920 as ADE works (named after Arthur Ade) and after WWII, in 1946 it was under the name "Gerätebau Waltershausen".

The Multicar is still manufactured at the Hako GmbH factory in Waltershausen, Germany. Multicar is the only brand that has survived from the East German IFA vehicle industry.

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VEB Fahrzeugwerk Waltershausen Multicar 22 Type-P catalog. (source: John Lloyd)

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VEB Fahrzeugwerk Waltershausen Multicar 22 Type-D catalog. (source: John Lloyd)

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