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DKW 3=6

Three equals six! This simple mathematical equation greatly impressed the public. A three-cylinder two-stroke engine, since it has twice as many working strokes as a four-stroke engine, therefore benefits from a power flow as smooth as a six-cylinder four stroke. The DKW 3=6 went into production in 1953 and became one of Germany’s dream cars during the years of the ‘economic miracle’.

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DKW 3=6 Sonderklasse F 91 Coupé

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 34 hp, front-wheel drive, built in 1953; this was the first version of the three-cylinder DKW.

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AudiDKW 3=6 Sonderklasse F 93 Coupé

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 38 hp, front-wheel drive, 1956. The Grosser (large) DKW 3=6 with a 10 cm wider body was introduced in 1955.

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DKW 3=6 Sonderklasse F 93 Two-seater Cabriolet

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 38 hp, front-wheel drive, 1956. The DKW 3=6 Cabriolet had a body made by Karmann.

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DKW 3=6 Rapid Delivery Van, Type F 800/3

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 38 hp, front-wheel drive, 1959. The DKW rapid delivery van was given the three-cylinder engine in the summer of 1955.

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DKW 3=6 Sonderklasse F 93 Coupé, 1957 Model

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 40 hp, front-wheel drive, built in 1957; this was a more powerful model with new front-end styling.

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DKW 3=6 Universal, Type F 94

Three-cylinder two-stroke engine, 896 cc, 40 hp, front-wheel drive, 1957; the large DKW 3=6 as an estate car.