German Staff Car "Admiral Cabriolet"Production of the "Admiral" stopped in 1939 when the manufacturer changed over to producing essential war equipment. The vehicle was exclusively designed for civilian use and would have established itself as the top-of-the-range model at the upper end of the market. In addition to the 4-door limousine, a cabriolet was available. Of the total of 6,404 cars produced, over 2,000 of which were cabriolets, many were requisitioned by the German army from private individuals. These were primarily used as staff cars for generals and senior officers. The model is resplendent with filigree and finely detailed components. The 3.6 litre six-cylinders in-line engine is authentically reproduced. The convertible top can be built either closed or open which gives a view of the detailed interior.