WFM built motorcycles and scooters in Poland in the 1950's and 1960's.
Unusually their scooters were successful in competition in ISDT events.
The WFM Osa scooter was available with a 150cc engine or a 175cc fan cooled engine. Both being 2-stroke units originally intended for motorcycle use. To fit the engine into the scooter the whole engine/gearbox unit was tilted forward by about 90 degrees. The cylinder ending up between the riders feet and the gearbox high up under the seat !
Unusually for a scooter large 14 inch wheels were used. (most other scooters made at the same time used 8 or 10 inch wheels)