豪华和娱乐装备

Classic Highlights

DKW Supersport 500

The Z 500 of 1926 was the first DKW motorcycle with a twin-cylinder engine. This was initially air-cooled, but a water-cooled version was introduced in 1927 – the ZSW 500. From this model, the Super-Sport 500 was derived two years later, with a modern saddle tank, a tubular frame and the 500 cc twin-cylinder two-stroke engine’s power output increased to 18 hp.
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DKW Super-Sport 500

Twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, installed transversely in unit with the gearbox, 494 cc, 18 bhp, 1930.

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DKW Super-Sport 500

Twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, installed transversely in unit with the gearbox, 494 cc, 18 bhp; a later version with modified gearbox, 1933.

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DKW Super-Sport 500

Twin-cylinder two-stroke engine, installed transversely in unit with the gearbox; the racing version with special paintwork and unsilenced exhaust system; 1929.