When Fritz Fend moved to Rosenheim after the war to continue running his parents’ grocery shop, he did so reluctantly. After all, he had studied and was involved in the development of the landing gear for the first jet fighters at Messerschmitt Flugzeugwerke. In his spare time, he began to design a bicycle with weather protection.
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The Citroen Traction Avant was a landmark model for the French automaker, its influence can still be seen today.
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Opel press manager Hellmut-Peter Clauss was emphatically optimistic: “With our new top models Opel Senator A / Monza we are spot on in the market for sophisticated six-cylinder saloons: The number of pre-orders speaks for itself.”