Automotive manufacturers Riedlingen; Germany from 1941 until 1947.
Böhler was a German car manufacturer from Riedlingen , which existed under the direction of Fidelis Böhler between 1941 and 1947.
The Böhler Monoplace , a four-wheeled small car with only one seat ("Monoplace"), was constructed after the pattern of the Hanomag 2/10 HP . It was powered by a JLO single cylinder two stroke engine with a displacement of 150 cc via a three - speed gearbox and a roller chain and had a multi - plate clutch.
The vehicle was manufactured between 1941 and 1947 only in a small series. The price was initially at 400 Reichsmark .