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sábado, 30 de outubro de 2010 - 15:12DKW & cia., Encontros

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POÇOS DE CALDAS (chuvinha refrescou) – Só para registrar que Bob Sharp deu umas bandas com Waltinho. E achou demais. Disse até que vai escrever no Auto Entusiastas. Uau! E já escreveu!

9 comentários

  1. ivano couto disse:

    Oi Flavio, eu sou o dono do dkw que o bob filmou e que voce fotografou o painel com o escudo do AFC . Queria saber se patrão gostou. um abraço

  2. Lubacris disse:

    O Bob Sharp é um cara sensacional! Leio tudo que ele escreve, inicialmente suas colunas no site Best Cars (o melhor site que existe sobre carros) e depois nas revistas 4 Rodas e na Carro.

    Ele é um exemplo de pessoa e é extremamente crítico ao PT, espero que você não o considere uma pessoa “de merda” adjetivo que usou para classificar o Estado de São Paulo, pelo simples fato da candidata do PT não ter ganho por aqui.

    As pessoas possuem inúmeras qualidades e a orientação política deveria ser a última a ser levada em conta na hora de avaliar uma pessoa.

    Compartilho a paixão pelos motores 2 tempos, mas conheço apenas as unidades de 125cc utilizadas nos modelos de Kart Shifter, beirando os 50 cavalos de potência! Qualquer dia seria extremamente interessante você fazer uma matéria para o “Limite” sobre os motores 2 tempos de Kart fazendo um paralelo com os motores 2 tempos que eram utilizados anteriormente em alguns carros.

  3. Roberto Borges disse:

    Dica muito legal do Autoentusiastas, que não conhecia!
    O Bob mudou meu conceito sobre o Wartburg, que julgava, me desculpe, uma tranqueira!
    O encontro deve ter sido muito legal mesmo!
    Parabéns!

  4. Muller disse:

    Putz…. Vi o artigo no AUTOentusiastas sobre o Santana branco do Bob Sharp… meu pai coordenou a substituição do molejo traseiro do Santana dias antes do lançamento no mercado, em 84…

    E também relatou, junto com mais 2 planejadores, o problema grave na relação biela/curso do motor… mostrei o post a ele e o velho endoidou, sacou umas fotos e documentos da época… qq coisa mostro aqui.

    Que mundo pequeno, hein

  5. EL LORENTON disse:

    HA 3 VERSOES DO SIGNIFICADO DA SIGLA “”DKW”””A PRIMEIRA..”””DAMPF KRAFT WAGEN””” DKW…QUER DIZER CARRO MOVIDO A VAPOR, EM ALEMAO ,,,QUANDO O FUNDADOR DA MARCA TENTOU PRODUZIR UM CARRO VAPOR.
    A SEGUNDA “””DES KNABEN WUNSCH “”DKW ..NOME QUE O FUNDADOR DEU AO MOTOR MODELO DE 2 TEMPOS QUE ELE INVENTOU,,,,QUER DIZER “”DESEJO DE MENINO “”EM ALEMAO.
    A TERCEIRA QUANDO O FUNDADOR COLOCOU UM MOTOR DE 2 TEMPOS PARECIDO AO MODELO CONSTRUIDO NUMA MOTOCICLETA ELE A CHAMOU “” DAS KLEINE WUNDER””,,DKW…QUER DIZER A PEQUENA MARAVILHA..E AQUI SEGUE A HISTORIA TODA EM INGLES MESMO,,,(German: steam-driven car) or DKW is a historic car and motorcycle marque. In 1916, the Danish engineer Jørgen Skafte Rasmussen founded a factory in Saxony, Germany, to produce steam fittings. In the same year, he attempted to produce a steam-driven car, called the DKW. Although unsuccessful, he made a two-stroke toy engine in 1919, called Des Knaben Wunsch — “the boy’s desire”. He also put a slightly modified version of this engine into a motorcycle and called it Das Kleine Wunder — “the little marvel”. This was the real beginning of the DKW brand: by the 1930s, DKW was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer.

    In 1932, DKW merged with Audi, Horch and Wanderer, to form the Auto Union. Auto Union came under Daimler-Benz ownership in 1957, and was then purchased by the Volkswagen Group in 1964. The last DKW car was the F102 which ceased production in 1966; after this the brand was phased out.

    DKW cars were made from 1928 until 1966. They always used two-stroke engines and, from 1931, the company was a pioneer in front-wheel drive and transverse mounting. The most well-known cars made before World War II, bearing model names F1 through F8 (F for Front), had front-wheel drive and a transversely mounted two-cylinder engine. Displacement was 600 or 700 cc, power was 18 to 20 hp (15 kW). These models also featured an innovation with a generator that doubled up as a self-starter, which was mounted directly on the crankshaft. This was known as a Dynastart.

    They also produced a less well-known series of rear-wheel drive cars called Schwebeklasse and Sonderklasse with V4 two-stroke engines. Displacement of this engine was 1000 cc, later 1100 cc. These engines had two extra cylinders for forced induction, so they really appeared like V6es but without sparkplugs on the front cylinder pair.

    (German: steam-driven car) or DKW is a historic car and motorcycle marque. In 1916, the Danish engineer Jørgen Skafte Rasmussen founded a factory in Saxony, Germany, to produce steam fittings. In the same year, he attempted to produce a steam-driven car, called the DKW. Although unsuccessful, he made a two-stroke toy engine in 1919, called Des Knaben Wunsch — “the boy’s desire”. He also put a slightly modified version of this engine into a motorcycle and called it Das Kleine Wunder — “the little marvel”. This was the real beginning of the DKW brand: by the 1930s, DKW was the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer.

    In 1932, DKW merged with Audi, Horch and Wanderer, to form the Auto Union. Auto Union came under Daimler-Benz ownership in 1957, and was then purchased by the Volkswagen Group in 1964. The last DKW car was the F102 which ceased production in 1966; after this the brand was phased out.

    DKW cars were made from 1928 until 1966. They always used two-stroke engines and, from 1931, the company was a pioneer in front-wheel drive and transverse mounting. The most well-known cars made before World War II, bearing model names F1 through F8 (F for Front), had front-wheel drive and a transversely mounted two-cylinder engine. Displacement was 600 or 700 cc, power was 18 to 20 hp (15 kW). These models also featured an innovation with a generator that doubled up as a self-starter, which was mounted directly on the crankshaft. This was known as a Dynastart.

    They also produced a less well-known series of rear-wheel drive cars called Schwebeklasse and Sonderklasse with V4 two-stroke engines. Displacement of this engine was 1000 cc, later 1100 cc. These engines had two extra cylinders for forced induction, so they really appeared like V6es but without sparkplugs on the front cylinder pair.

  6. EL LORENTON disse:

    FLAVIO, FALTOU UM EXEMPLAR DESSE AI EM POCOS,,,MAS JA FIQUEI SABENDO QUE VC JA TEM UMA NA MAO….AQUELA DA HOLANDA FOI VENDIDA POR £15K ,,LEMBRA K TE MANDEI UM LINK…EM REAIS,,,R$45K.
    MAS AI VAI ,,,PRA AQUELES K AMAM “BLUE CLOUD”
    A van from Audi? The DKW Schnell Aster is the order of Auto Union vehicles from Ingolstadt and Düsseldorf.

    After the first prototypes in 1948 and 1949 started in July 1949 the production of the DKW Schnellieferwagen 3 / 4 Tonner. In the spring of 1949 on the commercial vehicle exhibition in Hanover was the DKW-Schnell Lieferwagen 3 / 4 Tons presented under the name type F 89 L “Three Gang”. In 1950, the success of the Schnell-Defamation celebrated the 1,000 th copy of that tape rolled. On May 2, 1952 were the last band of 10 copies of the total 17,000 Schnell Aster DKW F 89 L with three gears.

    On May 13, 1952 started the production of the DKW F 89 L with four gears, including the internal type name F89L/52. The biggest competitors were the Volkswagen Transporter from Wolfsburg and the Tempo Matador. The Aster Schnell was available in five standard body styles. The DKW-Grossraumprische (pick up), DKW-Kastenwagen (closed delivery van), DKW-Kombi (our performance), DKW-Bus (personenbus) and DKW Krankenwagen (ambulance). There were several body shops that special build produced, including the Westfalia camper.

    In April 1954 came to an end the production of F89L/52. The competition came with stronger engines. The Volkswagen Transporter had 25 HP, 34 HP the Goliath Express and Ford FK 1000 up 38 hp. The successor was found in the DKW Type 30 (F800) Schnell Aster. The engine of the Type 30 was based upon his predecessor (F89L), but now has a 792cc capacity (instead of 684cc) which the purchaser was a power of 30 HP.

    America’s Sports Car Magazine Road Track “used as a press vehicle Schnell Aster Kombi. In 1955 in a series production DKW Electric Laster mit Kastenaufbau sold. A (closed) with electric vans is nothing new so!

    In July 1955 appeared the new three cylinder Schnell Aster, the DKW 3 = 6 (F800 / 3). Motorized with a 3 cylinder engine Auto Union, with a capacity of 896cc, it now had 32 HP at 4,000 revolutions per minute. From 0 to 90 km / h in just over 55 seconds.

    In 1963 there were 36,000 different Schnell Aster’s produced. In the same year, the all new Auto Union DKW Schnell Aster F1000L. This was a permissible loading capacity of 1000 Kgs of ind e F1500L up 1500 Kgs. In 1965 it was curtains for vans of DKW.

  7. Mark Kweirotz disse:

    Não conhecia o Auto Entusiastas. Mas já está nos meus favoritos!

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