1938
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    W25 K Kompressor

    • Rare Roadster with the original Compressor
    • very well documented
    • Suitable for the Mille Miglia
    Chassis no. 180244
    Colour olive/black
    Interior Leather black
    Type Roadster
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Left
    Power 85 PS
    Location Berlin

    Description:

    The Wanderer W 25 K was from 1936 the competing model from the Auto Union  to the BMW 328. It was available as a roadster and a convertible. Ferdinand Porsche designed the 2 liter 6 cylinder already in1931, which developed 85 hp in the W25 K thanks to it´s Roots supercharger. Compared to the BMW 328, which was built 464 times, the Wanderer was already rather rare in its production time, which has remained so to this day. In many Wanderer W25 K’s, the supercharged engine has been replaced by an Opel six-cylinder or the normal 2-liter Wanderer engine. This Wanderer W 25 K Roadster was delivered new to Argentina in 1938 and then it came to Italy, where it was found in 1998. On behalf of a German engineer who lived in France, the W25 K was completely restored by the Zinke company in the early 2000s.

    The history of the W25 K is very well documented.

    Suitable for the Mille Miglia!

    On request

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    Description:

    The Wanderer W 25 K was from 1936 the competing model from the Auto Union  to the BMW 328. It was available as a roadster and a convertible. Ferdinand Porsche designed the 2 liter 6 cylinder already in1931, which developed 85 hp in the W25 K thanks to it´s Roots supercharger. Compared to the BMW 328, which was built 464 times, the Wanderer was already rather rare in its production time, which has remained so to this day. In many Wanderer W25 K’s, the supercharged engine has been replaced by an Opel six-cylinder or the normal 2-liter Wanderer engine. This Wanderer W 25 K Roadster was delivered new to Argentina in 1938 and then it came to Italy, where it was found in 1998. On behalf of a German engineer who lived in France, the W25 K was completely restored by the Zinke company in the early 2000s.

    The history of the W25 K is very well documented.

    Suitable for the Mille Miglia!

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