Classic Marques - Wartburg

The Wartburg was a car marque manufactured in East Germany. The name "Wartburg" derives from Wartburg Castle on one of the hills overlooking the town of Eisenach where the cars were manufactured. From the 1950s, Wartburgs had a three-cylinder two-stroke engine with only seven major moving parts. The marque goes back to 1885, and continued in production until 1991, when German reunification spelt its end. The two-stroke engine had been replaced by a four stroke Volkswagen engine in 1988.
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1962 Wartburg coupe

1962 Wartburg coupe

1968 Wartburg 353 Tourist

1968 Wartburg 353 Tourist

1968 Wartburg 353 Tourist

1968 Wartburg 353 Tourist

1956 Wartburg 311 Camping

1956 Wartburg 311 Camping

1956 Wartburg 311 Camping

1956 Wartburg 311 Camping

1898 Wartburgwagen powered by a De Dion 479cc engine 01

1898 Wartburgwagen powered by a De Dion 479cc engine 01

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