Thursday, 6 September 2018

DKW Diesel Engines



DKW manufactured a range of stationary and industrial motors. These were normally two-stroke engines, but the range also included diesel engines. This 1936 brochure details their new small diesel motor in 4 and 6 horsepower.

This pre Auto-Union period flyer is for a more common two-stroke motor. The DKW engine factory at Zschopau turned out tens of thousands of stationary motors in single, two, four and even eight cylinder configurations.

This flyer shows two two-stroke industrial motors at the bottom and a four stroke, boat motor at the top. The 5 or 8 cylinder engine probably came from the Wanderer Werkes.

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