Hildebrand (Martin Hildebrand Automobilwerke AG)
The Martin Hildebrand Automobile Works was a German manufacturer of automobiles in the 1920s .
Martin Hildebrand, who had been operating the repair workshop since 1920 , founded the company in December 1921 The production of automobiles began with brand name was Hildebrand . A kneeling knight was depicted on the emblem. In 1924, the company presented three vehicles at the Berlin Motor Show.In 1926 followed bankruptcy and only about 120 vehicles made.
5/15 hp, 6/18 hp and 6/20 hp .
The first model was the 5/15 hp . This was a small car. A built-in engine from the Steudel works powered the vehicle. The four-cylinder engine with 65 mm bore, 100 mm stroke and 1327 cc capacity made 15 hp . Also Selve and Protos traditional motors. Special feature was the four-speed Soden pre-selection gear ofthe gear factory Friedrichshafen AG . The gearbox is named after the designer Alfred Graf von Soden-Fraunhofen. The vehicle weighed 650 kg and reached 65 km / h top speed .