Hakon Olsen, Maskinfabrieken Dana automobiles; Copenhagen; Denmark.
From 1908 to 1914
Dana was a Danish manufacturer of automobiles .from the early part of the 20th century.
The company Maskinfabriken Dana by Hakon Olsen from Copenhagen built automobiles from 1908 to the first world war 1914.
The model 6 HP was a Voiturette with an air-cooled inboard engine of Peugeot . The vehicle weighed only 260 kilograms and thus corresponded to 1912 definition of a light Cyclecar .
The body style Phaeton had room for two people. The transmission had two forward and one reverse gear. Also on offer were also larger models.