With reference to your excellent picture of a Faun car in a German speed event of the twenties, I can add a few details about this little known make, culled from my copy of “Autos in Deutschland, 1920-1939.”
The standard model had an engine of 64 x 110 with push-rods of 24 h.p. at 2,400 r.p.m., and had semi-elliptic front and cantilever rear springs. Four-wheel brakes were fitted in 1925, but not in 1924.
The Faun sports car was built in 1925 and 1926 and had an overhead-camshaft engine of 66 x 110 mm., but the power developed is not quoted. It had four-wheel brakes and the wheelbase was shorter than on the standard model, and the track a little wider.
It is of interest that the car shown has 1/4 elliptic front springs, and no front-wheel brakes, so it is probably 1924 or earlier. Construction ceased in 1927.
Selby. G. P. Clemons.