This classic car is for auction at online auction platform Catawiki. Please click here to place a bid an to find more information about this. The last owner had the car restored almost completely. The most difficult, most time-consuming and expensive works were professionally done, such as all the bodywork, all sheet metal work, new seats, new main hood and mounting of an Opel engine, new paint job, and all papers are available.Then the good man died 10 years ago, and the Munga has been standing in a hall ever since.The following remaining work has to be done:- the conversion from 24 volts to 12 volts is not yet complete,- new tyres due to ageing, - new hood side panel or new plastic disks, - all oil must be changed after the long period of standing still, carburettor?- new battery- minor assembly workPlease understand that I can only give insufficient information and lay explanations.- DKW - SUV 3=6 with four wheel drive 0.25 t- Day of the first registration and year of manufacture in early 1957. Type F 91/4, - the vehicle was briefly used in the Bundeswehr and afterwards in the agricultural sector and by a forester.Those looking for a Munga to use, which looks really good and is good for everyday use, can make the car ready to drive with little effort and maybe even get an H-registration.- the vehicle is restored, there is no rust, also no signs of rust, There are no issues with whitewashed thick undercarriage protection- new main hood- engine conversion to an Opel engine- new brakes, new brake lines,- new seat covers- new paintwork/NATO olive- everything is clean and in good orderAs stated above, the car was rebuilt and equipped with an Opel engine many years ago.The previous owner intended to carry out the conversion from 24 volt to 12 volt as a last job.This restoration was not finished or only semi-finished.Finally, once again, I'm not an expert, the interested party should take a look at the vehicle. I am only giving lay information.