DKW 1936 KS200 198cc 1 cyl ts 2704

4.950,00

DKW 1936 KS200   198 cc two stroke single   frame # 212733 engine # 145129

From  the  late 1920s  till 1939  DKW was the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer.
In 1931, Ing. Zoller started building split-singles and this concept made DKW the dominant racing motorcycle in the Lightweight and Junior classes in the nineteen thirties. 
From 1928 on motorcycles under 200 cc were free from tax in Germany  and no driver’s licence was needed to ride these machines.
This gave the 200 cc class a great boost and  DKW was one of the manufacturers that put a lot of effort in designing good and economical motorcycles in this class.  
The KS  200 was the direct successor of  the KM 200 that was put on the market in 1934.
In 1935 an enhanced version of the KM 200 was launched with a twin-port engine. 
In the course of 1936 the new KS was unveiled;  the engine was taken unmodified from the 1936 KM model but  the  frame was  reinforced and extended. 
Together with a larger, teardrop-shaped headlight this gave this model the appearance of a much larger machine. 
The engine produces 7 hp @ 4,000 rpm  which gives a top speed of 90 km/h.
The  fuel consumption is very moderate  with 3 litres per 100 km. Between 1936 and 1940  58,600  KS200s left the factory.
The  machine we offer here  is a very attractively restored middle-weight motorcycle which runs very well. She comes with EU registration documents.

DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041 DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041 DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041 DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041 DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041 DKW 1936 KS200  198cc 1 cyl ts  27041
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