The DKW Sport 500 was a classic German sports car released in 1933. It featured a 2-stroke motorcycle engine, which made it a bit sluggish compared to its competitors at the time. It was designed for speed, however, with a sleek, aerodynamic body and fender-less design. The Sport 500 was lightweight and fairly nimble, making it ideal for racing in the German countryside. Its exterior was finished in white, with blue stripes running along the sides and hood. Inside the cockpit, the interior was mostly leather, with chrome accents throughout. The driver sat atop an adjustable plaid upholstered seat, with a wooden sports-style steering wheel. On the dashboard, the original instrument panel included a speedometer, odometer, turn signals and horn. The unique 2-stroke engine was connected to a three-speed transmission, able to reach speeds up to 65 mph. Overall, the DKW Sport 500 was a timeless classic that had a timeless style and performance that still makes it desirable today.
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