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Wanderer 5/15 hp, Type W 8 three-seater, 1923

Officially known simply as the 5/15 hp, this open three-seater is one of the late model versions of the Wanderer Puppchen, which was produced for a total of 13 years. Originally a pure two-seater, in which the passengers sat in tandem, a two-seater model with conventional seat arrangement came out before the war. During the war the three-seater “Nv” was introduced with an extra dickey seat. The Puppchen on display here was exported to Australia in 1923 and returned to Germany in 1996 with its original papers.

Engine: 4-cylinder in-line, 4-stroke
Displacement: 1,222 cc
Power: 15 hp at 1,800 rpm
Maximum speed: 44 mph
Fuel consumption: 27 mpg
Series: 1919-1924
Production: approx. 4,000 cars

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