Wanderer W 52 cabriolet. Known for its bicycles and motorcycles, Wanderer began mass production of cars in 1911. For most of the cars in the 30th years the company used engines by Ferdinand Porsche.
Vadim Zadorozhny’s Museum of Equipment, Moscow
Years of production: 1937-1938
Country of origin: Germany
Weight: 1435 kg
Power: 62 hp
Speed: 118 km / h
Wanderer was a German manufacturer of bicycles, motorcycles, automobiles, vans and other machinery. Established as Winklhofer & Jaenicke in 1896 by Johann Baptist Winklhofer and Richard Adolf Jaenicke, the company used the Wanderer brand name from 1911, making civilian automobiles until 1941 and military vehicles until 1945. Today the brand is part of the Zweirad Einkaufs Genossenschaft (ZEG).