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DKW NZ 350, 1939

In the spring of 1938 DKW introduced a new family of motorcycles: the NZ series, consisting of the NZ 250 and NZ 350 models. Apart from the four-speed gearbox with hand and pedal gear change, the most striking new feature was an electrically welded central box-section frame, which made the new motorcycles more rigid. In 1939 a 500 cc model was added to the NZ family and was DKW‘s first production motorcycle to have rear suspension.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 2-stroke
Displacement: 346 cc
Power: 11.5 hp
Maximum speed: 65 mph
Price: 875 Reichsmarks
Series: 1938-1943
Production: 45,300 motorcycles

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