Date of Manufacture: 1950
Engine Size: 150CC
Mars started in 1903 in Nuremberg with the production of motorcycles using Fafnir and Zedel engines as so many other companies did in that time period. The White Mars was designed and released in 1920 and was the companies best known motorcycle. The White Mars employed the 986cc flat twin engine made exclusively for Mars by Maybach. Germany went through some unsettled inflationary difficulties in the early twenties and Mars stopped producing motorcycles in 1924 but did continue production in 1926. Rudi Albert joined Mars in 1950 and designed his most notable motorcycle to date, the Mars Stella, with either a 150cc or a 250cc Sachs engine.
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