The Stoewer brothers, Emil and Bernhard, were industrialists with their company based in Stettin (now in Poland and named Szczecin). In 1899 they built their first car with Kaiser Wilhelm II buying one of their models in 1907. During WW I, production concentrated on staff cars, trucks and aircraft engines, but afterwards many different models were made for the next two decades. Their last car was the elegant Arkona which had a 6 cylinder 3.6 litre engine and was built from 1937 until 1940. With the outbreak of WW II, the company ceased production with approximately 35,000 cars having been built over a 40 year period.
1940 Stoewer Arkona Coupé. Model by Autocult. This model was donated to TOGMAC by Autocult GmbH.