Fadag (Fahrzeugfabrik Dusseldorf AG)
The Fahrzeugfabrik Dusseldorf AG (Fadag) was a German vehicle company based in Dusseldorf . The company was founded on July 18, 1918. Between 1921 and 1925 at the latest, it produced passenger cars under the Fadag brand by 1925, the vehicle brand Fadag disappeared from the market.
The brand is easily confused with the brand Fafag of the vehicle factory in Darmstadt .
The period around 1922/1925 Hermann Kocks led the company as sole director. Kocks operated in 1916 under his own name a "vehicle factory" in Düsseldorf-Heerdt, with sales for cars of the Eisenach car factory for the Rhineland and Westphalia.
From 1921, two car types were offered, a 6/16 hp and a 12/32 hp . Later, the smaller of the two cars was replaced by a 2.1-liter four-cylinder model, which had a motor manufacturer Basse & Selve .
1922 appeared the six-cylinder model 10/50 hp with 2.6 l displacement . The engine came from Siemens & Halske , the four-speed gearbox from the Zahnradfabrik Friedrichshafen and the construction of the company Georg Bergmann in Berlin. Other car made upto 1925.