1921 - 1931

Grofri 

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Grofri, an Austrian car brand, was established in 1921 and operated until 1931. Initially, they manufactured sporting cyclecars equipped with 903 cc or 1074 cc four-cylinder engines. Some of these models were enhanced with Roots superchargers, especially tailored for racing. Grofri cars found notable success in hillclimb races, with prominent figures like Max Hoffmann as their factory driver. Despite the early accomplishments, Grofri ceased operations in the early 1930s, leaving behind a legacy highlighted by innovation and competitive spirit in the racing arena.

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