Stolle (Vorster & Stolle Motoren AG)
The Vorster & Stolle Motoren AG was a German manufacturer of automobiles .
Hermann Vorster, the designer Martin Stolle and Ernst Hermann Sander founded the company in Munich on June 14, 1924 the production of automobiles began. The brand name was Stolle . On November 12, 1926, the production ended when the bankruptcy process was applied for. In total, 15 vehicles were created.
The only model was the Stolle 6/40 hp . A four-cylinder engine with 1500 cc capacity , OHC valve control and vertical shaft made 40 hp . The wheelbase was 288 cm and the track width 130 cm. Bodywork was created by Alexis Kellner in Berlin , Rupflin in Munich and Neuer & Thieme in Ulm .
The purchase price of 12,000 Reichsmark for the chassis and about 3,000 Reichsmark for the body expensive for the time.