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Volkswagen museum
In Wolfsburg there is except Autostadt even a museum which is owned by Siftung Volkswagen.
It is a normal museum which shows cars bounded to the mark Volkswagen.
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On our way to Wolfsburg we spent the night at this hotel. Good food, singing and bier was served in the restaurant in te evening. There is never problem to find overnights, but you must drive beside the motorways. Note our VW-buss with the swedish plates.
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Hanomag (kommisbrot) 1924-1928. This is something of a peculiar car. It got the nick name "Kommisbrot" after the hard soft bread that soldiers got. The car (!) was manufactured 1924-1928. It was equipped with a small engine 499 cc, that over a chain drove the rear end without any differential. When the model end up production it had been produced 15755 ex. see alse pictures from other museums.

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Horch 853 1935. With 4900cc engine, 8 cyl., 120 ps at 3600 rpm, 135 km/tim was the prize of this imprring cab. 15250 RM (riksmark) 1935. An enormous sum of money at that time. As always you could get different engines. 6 cyl or V12. This model was in the catalogue of the factory till 1939. Tis copy i private owned. Paul Daimler (son to Gottlieb) was technical director, when these were produced. They are really heavy ones. Yet this model was cheaper than other equivalent cars.

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DKW F1 1931. The car with som kind of MC-heritage to Denmark was equipped with 2 cyl. 2 stroke, 585 cc, 15 ps at 3200 rpm and max 80 km/tim.

 


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DKW Schwebeklasse 1935. The first DKW car came 1928 with self-supported body made of wood and rear wheel drive. 1932 model F1 and F2 came with front drive. 1932 DKW was bought by AutoUnion. DKW was produced in Spandau outside Berlin landed in the east zone after war. 1949 DKW started in West Germany, Düsseldorf manufacturing and 1950 the first model meisterklasse F89 was on the market. 1989 DKW ended there production. Look also museum Autostadt. This car has rear drive and a V4 2-stroke engine, 988 cc with compressor, 3200 rpm an 90 km/tim.
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Audi Front 225 1937. With front drive, 2257 cc, 6 cyl., Wanderer engine with 55 ps at 3500 rpm and 105 km/tim. This engine was constructed by Porsche. J S Rasmussen bought Audi 1928 and imported production equipment from Rickenbacker USA. With this he started to produce Audi cars. Yet Auto Union already 1932 took over control of the mark. At that time Audi was manufacturing this model 225. A small Horch. Look further model 920.
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History about Horch. More Horch cars can be seen att Audi-museum in Ingolstadt. Here all Audis are manufactured today.
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Audi 920 1939.A good try for a luxurious car, rear drive with swing axle, 6 cyl., 3289, 75 ps at 3200 rpm and 130 km/tim. The last model manufactured before war by Audi. This model was also manufactured in Czechoslovakai more luxus under the name of Skoda Superb 924. A car for ministers. Horch had 1909 founded Audi. He was not allowed to use the name Horch because of a bankruptcy. Instead he took the name Audi which is the latin translation of horch (sound). 1956 Mercedes took over and kept the company till 1964, when Volkswagen took over.
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Volkswagen stile studie.
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SMVW Sparmobil
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SMVW Sparmobil
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Fiat-NSU-VW

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VW Rennwagen 1949/1950

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NSU Kettenrad 1944

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VW Typ 1 special.


Pictures from the following owners used in bjorns-story.se with the necessary authorization:
Reference 1: ©Björn Bellander   bjorn.bellander(at)telia.com
Reference 2: ©Foundation Prestige Bugatti Paul Kestler
Reference 3: ©Auto-Salon-Singen www.auto-salon-singen.de
Reference 4: ©
Sinsheim Auto Museum www.museum-sinsheim.de
Reference 5: ©Classiccar Collection www.carclassic.com
Reference 6: ©Mercedes Benz www.mercedes-benz.se
Webbsite handle Volkswagen Museum  
Cover 15 pictures. Actual year 2000.
Created 060105
Update: 2020-06-17

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