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Insurance salesman Rudolf Thurner started making cars in a former fabric mill in Bernbeuren in Germany  in 1969.  His cars were predominantly sports cars with glass-fibre reinforced polyester bodies and side-lifting "winged" doors, using shortened floor pans from the NSU 1200.  The engines were also from NSU and mounted in the rear of the car.  There was also a motor sport version with tweaked NSU engine with fuel injection that delivered 135 bhp.

Models produced by Thurner

RS

RS

1969-1974

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