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Barkas were manufacturers of small commercial vehicles in East Germany and these were produced in Saxony, in the factory that had previously been used by Framo. The name was changed from Framo to Barkas in 1956 and initially the Framo range of of vans, trucks and small buses continued to be produced with little change other than the name. The Framo/Barkas models were powered by a 3 cylinder 2 stroke engine which initially was derived from the IFA F9 car, and later from the early version of the Wartburg 311.

Models produced by Barkas

B 1000

1962-1971

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