Bolle Fiedler Automobilbau. Germany.
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Bolle Fiedler Automobilbau G.M.B.H from Germany is unknown to most prewar-car enthusiasts.

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BFA Berlin emblem. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

In the Beaulieu Encyclopedia you'll find just three lines about the company's history, even under an incorrect name - B.F. instead of B.F.A. - and no picture is shown. The same applies to Nick Georgano's "Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars".

The 2019 edition of Werner Oswalds's standard reference "Deutsche Autos 1920-1945" at least provides a photo and some basic information. On the internet - believed by many to be omniscient - almost nothing is available on B.F.A.

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1923 BFA. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

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Four mechanics and the two owners Mr. Bolle and Mr. Fiedler. in front of the BFA factory, on the sign above the left door it says: "B.F. Automobilbau G.M.B.H". (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

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