Automotive manufacturer Berlin-Steglitz; Germany from 1923
The automobile and motorcycle AG abbreviated AMBAG , was a short-lived German company for the production of automobiles and motorcycles with headquarters in Berlin-Steglitz , Kniep Hofstraße 64th.
The company was founded in March 1923 by businessman Kurt Herrmann, Otto Gandre, Werner Lange, Heinrich Emmerichs and the dentist RM Hocotz. The purpose of the company was the manufacture, purchase and sale of motor vehicles and motorcycles . The share capital at the founding of 6 million marks and two months later - probably purely inflationary - increased to 20 million marks.
The company's own vehicle production is said to have been discontinued in its founding year. The further fate of the enterprise is uncertain, it is still in the 1925 of the official documents based manual of the German stock corporations listed - the editors of the manual were consequently up to October 1925 no information about a bankruptcy or a liquidation before, In the Berlin address books of the vintages 1923, 1924 and 1925, the company is not listed. Whether or not the company survived its start-up phase and achieved significant production seems dubious under these circumstances.
The cars offered in 1923 under the AMBAG brand were small cars . The motorcycles received a single - cylinder four-stroke engine from Gruhn with 155 cc displacement .