Tempo E 400
Before the Vidal & Sohn Tempo-Werke GmbH (Hamburg, Germany) got a part of the Hannoversche Maschinenbau AG (Hanomag), they built very good tricycles with 200 cc and 400 cc engines and was thus a serious competitor to the German manufacturer Borgward. Top model was a fourwheeled speedtruck which was equipped with an 600 cc two-cylinder engine. Standard was the "walking stick" on the steering wheel-mounted gearshift. The Tempo Tricycles were very popular, powerful and was used by milk dealers, traders and vegetable vendors.