The Eisenach was produced in Eisenach, Germany and was founded by Heinreich Erhardt, a wealthy armament manufacturer, in 1898. Over eight decades this make eventually evolved from Eisenach to Wartburg to Dixie to Bavarian Motor Works (BMW).This 1898 Eisenach Runabout wears coachwork by Fahrzeugfabrik Eisenach of Eisenach, Germany. Power is from a vertical twin, 2-cylinder engine that displaces 28.9 cubic-inches and offers around 10 horsepower.
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