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Wartburg 311 frühes Baujahr ! DDR-Brief ! 1956

General description : Restaurierungswürdiger 311 er aus `56,Mandolienenbleche in Ordnung,Kofferboden muß gemacht werden,an der Karosserie sind auch Arbeiten nötig-aber alles in allem gute Substanz-so langsam sterben diese Auto`s ja scheinbar aus...
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1956 Wartburg 311 frühes Baujahr ! DDR-Brief ! is listed for sale on ClassicDigest in Wiesenstr.26DE-07749 Jena by Autohandel Al Bundy for €3995.


Car Facts

Car type : Car Make : Wartburg Model : 311 Model Version : frühes Baujahr ! DDR-Brief ! Engine size : 0.0 Model Year : 1956 Sub type : Sedan Location : Wiesenstr.26DE-07749 Jena Vehicle Registration : Undefined

3995 €

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About Wartburg
The Wartburg automobile brand has a unique history originating from the Eisenach Automobile Factory in Germany, which later became a part of the state-owned IFA (Industrieverband Fahrzeugbau) in East Germany. The Wartburg cars were manufactured in Eisenach and were a significant part of the automotive industry in East Germany.

History of Wartburg:
Origins: The roots of Wartburg can be traced back to the late 19th century when the Eisenach factory was established. Post-World War II, the factory came under Soviet control and was nationalized, leading to the production of Wartburg vehicles.
Nationalization and Formation of Wartburg Brand: The Eisenach plant, now under state ownership, began producing vehicles under the Wartburg name, which derived its name from the Wartburg Castle, a symbol of German history.
Notable Models:
Wartburg 311 (1956-1965): One of the iconic Wartburg models, available in various body styles including sedan, coupe, and estate. It was known for its simple yet functional design and a two-stroke engine.
Wartburg 353 (1966-1988): This model became one of the most famous Wartburgs. It was produced in sedan, coupe, and estate variants and featured improvements in engine technology compared to the earlier models.
Wartburg 312 (1958-1965): An upgraded version of the 311 series, it offered more power and some additional features while maintaining the practicality and reliability characteristic of Wartburg cars.
Wartburg 1000 (1966-1988): An evolution of the 353 series, it featured modernized design elements and enhancements in performance and comfort.
Unique Features and Design:
Wartburg cars were known for their simplicity, reliability, and affordability. They were designed to cater to the needs of the populace in East Germany and some Eastern European countries. The design of certain models, like the 311 series, had a resemblance to the Mercedes-Benz 190SL, especially in the grille and certain styling cues, though at a much lower price point.

Legacy and Decline:
After the fall of the Berlin Wall and the reunification of Germany, Wartburg struggled to compete in the modern automotive market due to outdated technology and lack of investment. Production ceased in 1991, marking the end of the Wartburg brand.

While Wartburg cars may not have been as advanced or luxurious as their Western counterparts, they hold a significant place in automotive history, representing the automotive industry in East Germany and offering reliable transportation to many people during a particular era. Despite their limitations, Wartburg cars remain a subject of interest among automotive enthusiasts and collectors for their unique historical significance.