1963 DKW/Audi/Auto Union Munga Jeep = clean fun driver $45k For Sale
Located in the USA...desert west...
1963 DKW/Audi/Auto Union Munga Jeep
1963 DKW/Audi/Auto Union Munga Jeep, 4×4, 3 Cylinder, Side Curtains, Fabulous
Fuel Type: Gas
Ext color: Hunter Green
Int color: Green
- A 1000 CC 3 Cylinder 2 Stroke Jeep that climbs walls.
- The predecessor to the Audi, DKW was one of the greatest motorcycle producers in the world.
- Parts are plentiful from many sources, and indeed the quality and performance are excellent.
- This 1963 DKW Auto Union(Audi) Jeep that’s like a time capsule!
- This ultra original vehicle has all the antennas and military gear that it came with, and runs and drives great.
- The original 900cc, 3 cylinder, 2 stroke engine fires up instantly and runs flawlessly.
- All the lights and switches work, and the vehicle needs nothing but a new owner.
- It’s a blast to drive and has an incredibly solid “battle dress” in ready to fly condition.
- This vehicle was imported from Holland, and it comes with a clean and clear Georgia certificate of title.
- The DKW Munga was a DKW-branded off-road vehicle built by Auto-Union in Ingolstadt, Germany.
- The name Munga comes from the German phrase Mehrzweck UNiversal Geländewagen mit Allradantrieb, which translates as “multi-purpose universal cross-country car with all-wheel drive”
- Specs and history
The DKW Munga was a DKW-branded off-road vehicle built by Auto-Union in Ingolstadt, Germany. The name Munga comes from the German phrase Mehrzweck UNiversal Geländewagen mit Allradantrieb, which translates as "multi-purpose universal off-road car with all-wheel drive"
Production began in October 1956 and ended in December 1968. During this time 46,750 cars were built. The 38th International Motor Show at Frankfurt in the autumn 1957 was a great success for Auto-Union. About this time the Munga was launched. The vehicle, which has extraordinary stamina, was not only adopted by the West German Bundeswehr as a vehicle unique in its class but was also bought in large numbers for the German Border Police and various foreign military formations within NATO.
The civilian version of the Munga was widely adopted in West Germany for agricultural and forestry work in particular, and also became popular abroad, especially in those countries where "go anywhere" transport was needed because of poor roads, such as large parts of South America and South Africa. Around 2000 cars were delivered to the Royal Netherlands Army, many of which were shipped to the UK in the late 1970s.
The Munga was later also available from the end of 1956 as a four-seat pan structure of steel sheet and as a six-or eight-seater platform body. The term therefore corresponds to the body variant:
Four seat (Munga 4)
Pickup (Munga 6)
Long Pick-up (Munga 8)
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Shipping at your cost example...is about $1,500.. to the UK ports...
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