We are excited to offer on behalf of one of our clients this outstanding and very rare NSU Spider Wankel.
For many years, 2shores has been offering selected, finest grade examples of collectible automobiles. This very unique, small German Spider is one of those examples!
The NSU Spider is an automobile which was produced by NSU Motorenwerke AG in Germany from 1964 to 1967.
The Spider was the first Western production car in the world to be powered by a Wankel rotary engine. The water-cooled single rotor engine and standard front disc brakes differentiated the car from other cars of similar type of the period. The body was designed by Bertone.
First appearing at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1964, the Spider featured a two-door cabriolet body based on that of the NSU Sport Prinz Coupe introduced back in 1959. In addition to the folding roof, the Spider was distinguishable from the hard top car by a grill at the front. As with all NSU cars at the time, the engine was rear-mounted. It appears that NSU Spiders were painted either red or white.
Our car on offer is a fully restored example in showroom condition. Owned by a German classic car collector, this is one of three NSU cars out of his collection. This car was sold to it’s first owner in Denmark in February of 1968. It changed hands once in Denmark in 1978 and was consequently completely restored over many years. The current owner bought the car from the estate of the last owner in 2019 and imported in to Germany.
The car is in fantastic collector condition, fully sorted and ready to be enjoyed. It was shown at the Audi exhibition at the Bodensee Classic show in Germany this year and was one of the attractions for collectors and enthusiasts. See photos.
A truly rare and desirable example of German ingenuity during the 60’s “Wirtschaftswunder” period. These cars do not come to market often!
Please study all the photos closely to evaluate the condition of this car!
Located in Germany. Pre purchase inspections welcomed!
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