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1967 NSU TT

VIN: 76008058
condition: excellent
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 66250
paint color: blue
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: sedan

FOR SALE - 1967 NSU TT - $29,500 OBRO
66,250 miles, Terrific condition, Excellent engine, Drives awesome

This is a low mileage, 2nd owner, rust free, California car, serial number 76 008058. It is in excellent condition, the engine runs great and is a lot of fun to drive. It gets looks and turns heads everywhere and is a past winner at local car shows. It is certainly one of the nicest, nearly original NSU TT in the US. Not many TT examples survive (and if they have, not in original condition) as many found their way onto the racetrack and were/are extremely competitive in their class.

The TT model was a standard NSU Prinz 1000 sedan with larger displacement engine, 13" wheels, front disc brakes, quad headlights, rear flip out windows, a dash mounted ribbon tachometer, unique Geminiblau metallic paint and TT badge with checkered flag.

- Repainted with Geminiblau Metallic paint from Germany
- Minilite aluminum wheels
- Seats very nicely re-upholstered, close to original
- New interior and trunk carpets
- New Talbot fender mirrors
- Blaupunkt AM/FM radio
- Thermal coated heat exchanger and Abarth muffler
- MSD ignition, blaster coil and wires (can easily be returned to original points)

Many, many other new parts, including:
- Shocks and springs
- Disc calipers, brake master cylinder, hoses, shoes
- Suspension, king pin bushings
- All rubber seals
- Air intake housing
- Side trim
- Wiper arms and blades

Details
Engine: 4 cylinders, in-line, air-cooled
overhead camshaft, four stroke
1085 cc (66 cid), 9.0:1 compression, 69 horsepower
Rear engine, rear wheel drive

NSU was named after its first business in 1887, which was making knitting machines (Neckarsulmer Stricktmaschinen Union) in Neckarsulm in the Swabian area of Germany. The company evolved from manufacturing bicycles to advanced motorcycles and automobiles. NSU was quite innovative and merged with Audi in the late 1960's. After that time, the NSU engineers were integral in advancing the technology at Audi-NSU.
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