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This article is about the German automobile. For the community in Illinois, U.S., see Allright, Illinois. For other uses, see Alright (disambiguation).

The Allright (known in Germany as the Allreit and outside of Germany as the Vindec) was a German automobile manufactured from 1908 to 1913 at the Cologne-Lindenthal factory that produced Allright, Tiger, Roland, and Vindec-Special bicycles and motorcycles. The Allright-Mobil was offered with 5 hp (3.7 kW) or 7 hp vee-twin engines; the last models had sv 960 cc air-cooled engines.[1]


In 1906 The Motor Cycling Club's gold medal was awarded to those who could compete the 391 mile journey from London to Edinburgh inside 24 hours. The fastest finisher was Tom Woodman (22h 38m) riding a 5-horsepower Vindec Special motor-bicycle. W. H. 'Billy' Wells in second was also riding a Vindec.[2]

Vindecs were also placed in the 1907 Isle of Man TT Twin Cylinder race, Billy Wells coming second and J. A. Dent fourth.


  1. ^ Hans-Otto Neubauer, "Allright (Allreit)", in G. N. Georgano, ed., The Complete Encyclopedia of Motorcars 1885-1968. (New York: E. P. Dutton and Co., 1974), pp. 36
  2. ^ The Times, Sports in Brief, 4 June 1906

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