The Wanderer W14 12/65 hp is a sports car made by Wanderer-Werke in 1931 as a derivative of the W11. The 4-seater convertible was designed by Professor Ferdinand Porsche.
The vehicle had a 6-cylinder overhead valve fround mounted in-line engine with a displacement of 3 litres which developed 65 hp. The engine was mated to a 4-speed transmission derlivering power to the rear wheels drive. The car had leaf-sprung rigid axles.
Until 1932, only 24 pieces of this luxury car were made.
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