Oldtimer picture gallery. Cars. Adler-Trumpf-Junior.
(Data for 1E model)
Years of production: 1934-1936-1938-1941(1G before mid-1936, 1E after mid-1936)
Overall production: 78.693 (23.013 "1G" + 55.680 "1E") (by Ir. Grasmann)
Body types: 2-door (more often) and 4-door limousines, cabriolet, cabrio-limousine, tourer, 2-seater sports (V-screen and cycle wheels).
This is front wheel drive car.
Engine: 25hp/4000rpm (sports - 28hp), 4-cyl, 4-stroke SV, 995cc
Bore/Stroke: 65/75 mm
Length: 4250mm, width: 1470mm, height: 1520mm
Gearbox: 4 speeds + rear (1E had semi-synchronized 3rd and 4th gears)
Weight: 800-920 kg
Maximal speed: 90 km/h
Tyres: 4,50-17 inches (since 1938 perforated wheels and 5,00-16 inches tyres)
Fuel tank capacity: 26+4 L
Fuel consumption: 8-9 L/100km
'Adler' (eagle) on the front mask till mid-1937 with head to the left and after that - to the right!
1934 and 1935 models with Karmann bodywork: steep 'tail'.
1E model had vertical (=modern) instead of horizontal shifting pattern and bigger frontbrakes.
Photos are from:
Jeep club Bielsko-Biala,
Witold Rychter's book "Dzieje samochodu", Warsaw, 1979,
"A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by Michael Sedgwick & Mark Gillies, Bay View Books Ltd,
"Svet Motoru" magazine, Czechoslovakia,
"Die Chronik des Automobils" by Hans-Otto Neubauer, Chronik Verlag, 1997,
Andrey Sidorenko, Kiev,
Classic Car Collection,
Michael's ADLER Seite,
Veteran Bazar & Museum.
Data are from J.A.Halfan's 1948 "Foreign cars description", Moscow, and "Za Ruljom" magazine, USSR,
Thanks for help to Rein van der Mast, owner of pictured 1935 Adler Trumpf 1G Ambi Budd Cabrio-Limousine (Adler Club Nederland).
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 30 XI 2000.