The Wartburg 311 Gallery
This is going to be the first webpage about the famous
car Wartburg 311 designed by Hans Fleischer. And here are the topics
Recently I started a second project about the cars produced in Eisenach before
the Wartburg models came out. One can already see a first sketch of the
impressions from the classic car meeting
Overview, pictures from
the different types of the Wartburg 311 series
- The first
Wartburg 312/300 HT
(it's a Cabriolet) with a 4 stroke, 1300 ccm
engine from Volkswagen AG.
base frame of a W312/300 HT with all special body sheets
list of well-known Wartburg 311 fan clubs,
links to read on
I have also an old motorbike from MZ. Reconstruction has been
finished. You can watch it here
(page in german).
There are more than 8 different models(shapes) from the Wartburg 311 series.
Only few are listed here and some photos are missing. If you can provide
additional information or pictures in computer readable format please contact
the maintainer of this page.
Thanks to Michael Kröger who supplied the images of the Pickup and the
At these pictures one can see my father's Wartburg 312/300 HT Cabriolet.
The first three photos were taken during restauration. They show the way how the 4
stroke engine from Volkswagen AG is built into the car. The original base frame from a
Wartburg 1.3 was taken. The engine was placed and then the chassis was mounted
onto the base frame. The second two pictures show the Cabriolet after
This parts of a Wartburg 312/300 HT can't be deposited any longer so we have to
sell it. Its a complete original chassis from a W312/300 HT (HardTop) with
axles, engine with carbureter and heat exchanger, gear, (spiral) springs,
antishock, wheels and all necessary body sheets to rebuild the car.
If somebody likes to reconstruct this car, please inform the
of this page.
Carsten Schrötter maintains also a
for Wartburg spare parts.
Only links to other documents dealing with the Wartburg 311
are mentioned here. Probably there are many more of them out there, but my
favorite web-crawlers haven't found them. (Do they use <META> tags ? ;-)
There are some more Links, not only about the W311 but also about the W353.
Thomas Pantzer ,