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1956 Wartburg Limousine Standard [311-0]

1956 Wartburg Limousine [311-0] in Mitt hjärtas Malmö, Documentary, 2005-2008 IMDB Ep. 1.02

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DR

1956 Wartburg Limousine Standard [311-0]

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DAF555 SE

2006-01-08 19:03

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These Wartburgs sold as IFA Wartburg here, at least 1956. I don´t know when they dropped the IFA name. The car in the film has a different grille than this 1956 ad:

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Maybe IFA was just used in the ad to show the connection with the IFA F8 and F9 sold earlier here.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-01-08 19:50

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It's normally known as the Wartburg 311, isn't it?

DAF555 SE

2006-01-08 19:54

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Quote It's normally known as the Wartburg 311, isn't it?


It is, and I think that should be added as well.

pilou BE

2006-01-08 21:14

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It is an early Wartburg 311 may be 1956 or 1957.The Wartburg succeeded the IFA F9 in 1956 .In some countries they were also known as the VEB ( Automobielwerk Eisenach) Wartburg.
The publicity here is thus interesting , because even in Germany the IFA name ( Industrie-Vereinung Volkseigener Fahrzeugwerke Eisenach/Zwickau )was dropped on cars in 1956.I also think that the name IFA in this ad has been retained to show a connection of distribution with the former post war IFA's F8 and F9.

michel FR

2006-01-14 10:55

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How is an IFA car driving in Sweden,behind we could see in old VOLVO truck?

ingo DE

2013-03-11 22:14

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:hello: This evening there was a TV-reportage about cars in the DDR (from 2010, but I didn't know it before), there was said, that between 1958 and 1960 were 1200 Wartburg exported to the USA! :wow: Has anyone heard anything about that? Can anyone confirm that? It was said by some former employees of the PR- and export-division of Wartburg back then.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-03-11 22:15

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It was - I have US brochure on different HDD. Some US citizens wrote a protest to the government that it is a bad thing to import cars from there during the cold war.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-03-11 22:17

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@ingo: German Wikipedia has a bit about exports to the US, citing an AutoBild article:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wartburg_%28Pkw%29#Export

Andre Malraux RO

2013-03-11 22:18

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ingo DE

2013-03-11 22:23

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Not only the surviving cars would be interesting, also the PLAYBOY-magazines, with the Wartburg-advertising (second last sentence in this passage) :D
Btw.: I still don't have the PLAYBOY-issue with the K 70-advertise...

Raul1983 FI

2013-03-11 22:30

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Ingo: I still have some K70 stuff for you..

ingo DE

2013-03-11 22:31

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Nice :) Shall I look for more stuff for you or are the set of 1970ies "auto katalog"-issues, I've sent two years(?) ago, still fine for you?

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