Brennabor – once Germany’s Largest Car Producer

Pictures of Brennabor motorcars and related documents in chronological order

© Original photos and documents from the Michael Schlenger collection

Brennabor_8_PS_1909_Braunbeck_1910_Galerie

Brennabor 8 h.p. type from 1909; photo taken at the VI Deutsche Motorfahrertag in Saxony; from „Braunbecks Sportlexikon“, 1910

brennabor_reklame_01-1914_galerie

Brennabor advertisement from 1914

Brennabor_Typ_S_Sauerland_1924_Galerie

Brennabor Type S 6/20 h.p., built from 1922 until 1925, photo taken in 1927

Brennabor_1926_Berlin-Pankow_Galerie

Brennabor Type S 6/20 h.p., built from 1922 until 1925, postwar photo taken in East Berlin in the 1960s

Brennabor_Typ_R_6-25_PS_Galerie

Brennabor Type R 6/25 h.p., built from 1925 until 1928, photo taken in the late 1920s

Brennabor_Typ_R_6-25_PS_Motorfahrzeuge_Wolfram_1928_Galerie

Brennabor R type 6/25 h.p., built from 1925 until 1928; from: „Die Motorfahrzeuge“, by P. Wolfram, 1928

Brennabor_Typ_R_6-25_PS_Ausschnitt

Brennabor R type 6/25 h.p., built from 1925 until 1928

Brennabor_Typ_P_Galerie

Brennabor Type PW 8/32 h.p., built in 1926/27

Brennabor_Typ_Z_6-25_PS_Motorfahrzeuge_Wolfram_1928_Galerie

Brennabor Type Z 6/25 h.p. built in 1928/29; from: „Die Motorfahrzeuge“ by P. Wolfram, 1928

Brennabor_Typ_Z_Cabriolimousine_1928-29_Galerie

Brennabor Type Z, built in 1928/29, postwar photo taken in East Germany

Brennabor_ASK_Pfingsten_1927_Galerie

Brennabor Type AL 10/45 h.p., built from 1927 until 1929

Brennabor_Juwel_6_1929-32_Galerie

Brennabor „Juwel 6“ 10/45 h.p., built from 1928 until 1932

Brennabor Typ_C_4-20_PS_Galerie

Brennabor Type C 4/20 h.p., built in 1931/32