The event, in the framework of which Audi Hungaria hosted the passionate oldtimer motorcyclists, paraded veteran NSU block engines on the territory of the company in Győr, where the employees of the company could admire the vehicles up close. The participants came from different parts of Germany and Hungary. The guests were welcomed by Robert Buttenhauser, the board member responsible for engine production and vehicle drives at Audi Hungaria, and then they were able to get a glimpse of Audi Hungaria’s engine and vehicle production processes.
NSU block engines were produced in Neckarsulm between 1927 and 1939, but production was discontinued due to World War II. The special feature of the block models was that they integrated the crankcase of the engine and the gearbox, which was considered a novelty at the time. The circle of friends formed 20 years ago has now grown into a company of around 150 people. The NSU block model oldtimer enthusiasts support and promote the public presentation of historic vehicles and the renovation and preservation of antique vehicles. They also consider it particularly important to provide a meeting place for all those who enjoy and enjoy this fascinating hobby.
Source: Autó-Motor by www.automotor.hu.
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