This rare model has undergone a full nut and bolt restoration at a cost of over $30,000 using hard to find OEM parts and hardware. The incredible level of details shows in every hidden crevice of this museum quality car. It is powered by a 981 cc 3 cylinder 2 stroke 50 hp motor stated to have only 7 moving parts with 4 speed manual transmission and capable of speeds up to 90 mph and delivers 27 mpg. This was a very advanced car for its day with its front wheel drive layout and was the inspiration for the current Audi model which took over Auto Union in 1965. The smooth rounded body lines with wrap around front and rear glass is a pleasure to behold from every angle. This body style was built from 1957 to 1963 and was known to be very reliable and well built. A great driver and a real attraction. $26,950.00
DKW Meisterklasse F7 Cabrio Coach 0,7 Cabriolet Equipment: Ekstrem fin restaureret meget sjælden udbudt til salg skal ses ring for info
Red with white roof, these have a two stroke engine, this one is very rare with a 4 speed saxomat gear box, this car has only done 25,000 miles from new, with only two owners from new, it is very genuine and rust free, it must be seen to be appreciate how lovely it is, for those that don't know the DKW, they bought Audi the company in the the 1930's and this was the first rally car, a DKW that the famous JIM CLARK drove !!
Lowered price from €14.950 -> €13.950! For restoration. DKW ( Dampf-Kraft-Wagen , English: steam-driven car) is a defunct German car and motorcycle marque. In 1916, Danish engineer Jorgen Skafte Rasmussen founded a factory in Zschopau, Saxony, to produce steam fittings. That year he attempted to produce a steam-driven car, called the DKW. Although unsuccessful, he made a two-stroke toy engine in 1919, called Des Knaben Wunsch – "the boy's desire". He put a slightly modified version of this engine into a motorcycle and called it Das Kleine Wunder – "the little marvel". This was the beginning of the DKW brand: by the 1930s, DKW was the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer. In 1932, DKW merged with Audi, Horch and Wanderer to form Auto Union. After World War II, DKW moved to West Germany, with the original factory becoming MZ. Auto Union came under Daimler-Benz ownership in 1957 and was purchased by the Volkswagne Group in 1964. The last German-built DKW car was the F102, which ceased production in 1966. Its successor, the 4-stroke F103, was marketed under the Audi brand, another Auto Union marque. DKW-badged cars continued to be built under license in Brazil and Argentina until 19
RARE DKW F 7 CONSERVED IN MUSEUM, NO RUST,VERY NICE CONDITIONS.
- A unique opportunity - One of the world´s rarest small trucks - A stunning look - German title More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
Production of the Malzoni GT (1964-1966, all types) was about 35 cars. Annual production increased to 125 for 1967 and continued briefly into 1968. All-in-all, about 170 of the DKW three cylinder two stroke engined cars (Pumas and Malzonis) were built. The success of the early DKW powered models paved the way for the VW based Pumas. This DKW Puma Malzoni is from 1967. The previous owner from Brazil was able to manage a 'placa preta' which means a black licence plate. Only oldtimers with more than 85% of originality will receive this special licence plate, which makes it very interesting as a collectors item because of it's historic value. The car has a Dutch tittle, easy for registration in every EU country. We can help with transport. To view this car and others, please visit the website at kucarfa.nl
DKW (VEMAG) works racecar which finished 3th in the Mil Milhas (‘1000 miles’) of Interlagos with Emerson Fittipaldi and Jan Balder. More information on: http://www.kucarfa.nl/DKW/GTMalzoniGB.html
This DKW Puma Malzoni is from 1967 and is fully restored in Domingos Avallone 's workshop in Sao Paulo. The car is rebuilt with much original items and painted in the original colors of the VEMAG racing team. Car has Brazilian title and import duties for every EU country have been paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. We can help with transport. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl