NSU Prinz III (Type 40)
1961 NSU Prinz III (Type 40)
En flot NSU Prinz III i god stand. Bilen starter, kører og stopper som den skal. Bilen har den største 30 hk motor, der tilbudt til en Prinz III. Bilen har dansk registreringsattest fra juni 1961.
Speedometer: 66740 km
Gearkasse: 4-trins manuel, alle synkroniseret
Type: 40 Prinz, fabriksnummer 149 12
Motor: 0.6 liter bagmonteret luftkølet straight-twin-motor.
Checkmark: S 0.34
1x Bing karburator
History of the NSU Prinz:
The first post-war NSU car, the Prinz I, was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1957. The Prinz I was available as a 2-door saloon featuring an upright roof line and seating for four people. The doors opened wide enough to permit reasonable access even to the rear seats in order to accommodate four full sized adults. In addition to a luggage compartment accessed via a hatch at the front of the car and shared with the spare wheel and fuel filler, there was a narrow but deep full width space behind the rear seat sufficient to accommodate a holiday suitcase.
The Prinz II (a 'luxury' version) was released in 1959 with better trim and an all-synchromesh gearbox. A 30E export version was equipped with a 30 hp engine. The Prinz III was launched in October 1960 featuring a new stabilizer bar and the 30 hp engine.