CAr ON SALE
NSU PRINZ TT 1.1
Fiche regolarità ACI
Price: 32.500 €
The NSU TT was born as a racing variant of the popular NSU Prinz Motorenwerke, presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1965 to compete against the Abarth OT 1000, Simca Abarth, and Renault Gordini. With an engine capable of over 100 horsepower per liter, it often won its class in the ’70s at legendary circuits like the Nürburgring and Spa, besides claiming victory in the 1971 Tour de France with Poyaud/Laforge.
The Prinz 1000 TT was based on the same chassis and platform as the standard Prinz 1000 but differed significantly due to its 1177 cm³ engine, which in more powerful versions exceeded 110 horsepower.
The car we are presenting is a 1971 NSU Prinz TT in excellent condition, prepared many years ago for rallying in the northern regions of Italy. It’s equipped with a roll bar, Sparco seats, and belts. It has an upgraded suspension and a sump guard. Complete with the original logbook from that era, black plates, and ACI Regularity Cards, it’s ready for use and eligible for the most important sports reenactments such as the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique and the Tour de France Auto.