One of only 2,375 ever build. Second-year production car
EUR 36,200JPY 4,334,226BGN 70,800CZK 903,733DKK 270,490GBP 30,526HUF 12,233,066PLN 154,100RON 172,649SEK 381,450CHF 38,615ISK 4,991,980NOK 365,450HRK 270,016RUB 2,509,377TRY 238,106AUD 58,861BRL 170,122CAD 52,472CNY 275,210HKD 306,462IDR 540,071,782ILS 134,664INR 2,812,541KRW 46,720,806MXN 736,898MYR 163,114NZD 61,739PHP 1,993,208SGD 54,760THB 1,233,768ZAR 587,638
Offered for: EUR 36,200
1965 NSU Wankel Spider
One of only 2,375 ever build. Very rare second-year production car in outstanding condition. The car's history is available and will be included in the sale. Very original condition and owned by a Danish NSU collector for many years.
Manufactured: April 21, 1965
Odometer: 69236 km
Engine: 498 cc (30.4 cu in) single rotor Wankel
Transmission: 4-speed all-synchromesh manual
History of the 1964–1967 NSU Spider:
The NSU Spider is an automobile which was produced by NSU Motorenwerke AG, Germany from 1964 to 1967 (NSU was founded in 1873 and later acquired by Audi).
The Spider was the first Western production car in the world to be powered by a Wankel rotary engine. Invented by Felix Wankel, the Wankel engine differed from a piston engine because the quasi-oval design of the combustion chamber, containing a rotor that ascribed within the chamber an Epitrochoid shaped trajectory, enabling the combustion pressure to be converted directly into a rotary motion. There was no need to lose energy converting reciprocating movement into rotational movement. The result was a remarkably compact free-revving engine which, in the 1960s, was hailed as the next major step forward in automobile design. Claimed output was initially 50 bhp (37 kW) at 5500 rpm, though in later models 54 bhp (40 kW) at 6000 rpm was advertised.
The rotary engine was installed above the rear axle. It was compact, light, and very free revving in comparison with conventional engines of the time.
Large sales volumes were never envisaged for the car, and this was reflected in a relatively high retail price. Between 1964 and 1967 only 2,375 were built.
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