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A front view of an early VVR school model with a noticeable difference in the grill.
A 1950s German school model of a working 4 speed transmission.
A very rare pre
A 1950s German school model of front steering, brakes and suspension.
A 1950s German driving school model of a Wankel (rotary) motor. Felix Wankel researched internal-combustion engines in the 1930s. During World War II, 1939 through 1945, he worked in aeronautical research, but after the war he continued researching engines. He produced a successful prototype of the engine during the mid 1950s. The first automobile fitted with the Wankel engine was the Spyder, produced during the mid-1960s by the company NSU (Neckarsulmer Strickmaschinen Union).
A 1950s German wall-mounted school model of a brake system (drum) with emergency brake.
Another wall-mounted 1950s electric light demonstrator for traffic and RR crossings.
A 1950s German school model of a 4 speed transmission.
A wall-mounted 1950s electric light demonstrator for traffic and RR crossings..