German company Winkelhofer & Jaenicke founded their firm in 1885, making bicycles in the 1890’s and then motorbikes.  In 1904, they built an experimental car called the Wandermobil, but their first production vehicle was not manufactured until 1911.  A tandem 2-seater was built and after WW I, a range of mid-priced vehicles.  In 1932 the company became part of the Auto Union group, but closed in 1942.

1913 Wanderer W3 "Puppchen". Model by Autocult
1928 Wanderer W11. Model by ZZ Model (52/100)
1935 Wanderer W240 Limousine. Model by NEO
1935 Wanderer W240 Cabriolet. Model by NEO
1936 Wanderer W21. Model by ZZ Model (87/100)
1936 Wanderer W25K Roadster. Model by NEO