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Little known outside of Germany and Eastern Europe the DKW car company originally started building motorcycles in 1928. In 1931 the company diversified into car manufacturing and launched its two-stroke F1 model.

In 1932 DKW became part of the mighty Auto Union empire and remained part of this company until the beginning of W.W.II. In 1949 the DKW company was re-established in the Federal Republic of Germany before being taken over by Mercedes Benz. In 1965 the company was finally moved to Volkswagen and continued to build its own cars for a further 12 months.

Models produced by DKW

1000 Universal

1959-1962

1000/1000S

1000/1000S

1957-1963

3/15

1928-1929

4=8

1931-1932

F1

F1

1931-1932

F10

F10

1950-0

F102

F102

1963-1966

F11

F11

1963-1965

F12

F12

1963-1965

F93

F93

1957-1959

F94

F94

1955-1957

Grosser DKW 3=6

Grosser DKW 3=6

1955-1959

Junior

Junior

1959-1963

Malzoni

Malzoni

1966-1966

Meisterklasse F2

1933-1935

Meisterklasse F89

Meisterklasse F89

1950-1954

Monza

Monza

1955-1958

Munga

Munga

1954-1968

Puma

Puma

1967-1967

Reichsklasse

Reichsklasse

1937-1939

Schwebeklasse

Schwebeklasse

1934-1937

Vemag

Vemag

1962-1965

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