The early Rosengart cars were licensed copies of the British Austin 7. This model, the LR2, was dressed up in various ways using various styling techniques and remained in production for quite some time - surviving as the vastly facelifted LR4 and Vivor long after the British car had been consigned to history.
In the early 1930s Rosengart teamed up with the German manufacturer Adler, offering license built copies of the Adler Trumph and Trumph Junior, small front-drive cars that bolstered its range. It also added a conventional rear-driven car along the lines of a stretched and widened Austin. The development of front-wheel drive models led to the elegant Supertraction model in 1937 - which competed with larger cars like the Peugeot 402 and the Berliet Dauphine for the first time in Rosengart's short history.
The model for sale is a 1938 Rosengart LR4n2 which is very rare indeed and from a large private collection.1938 Rosengart LR4n2 .Recently imported from Italy all the NOVA registration has been done. All papers are present to register for an age related v5 registration. The car has had a full restoration by previous owner who owned the car for many ,many years .The car is as clean underneath as on top .The car drives lovely not very fast of course but a sedate drive is a joy .All electrics ie lights ,indicators etc are all working fine .She starts 1st time every time .
There are no rust issues at all anywhere ,the coffee and cream paintwork is superb ,and is an original combination .The brightwork is all 1st class .The wheels are all 1st class and been refurbed and all orginal trims are in 1st class order .The interior though basic is also in a fully restored condition . The safari front screen is fully operational .
This is a super rare car ,in fact the only other one I can find for sale is a basket case in France .For any collector out there this is a superb addition and a true talking point ,especially for Austin 7 owners.
The car was registered with autoclub Italia,and is also known by the the only known Rosengart museum in Germany