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Wartburg was an automobile produced in East Germany with a two-stroke engine with three cylinders, with only seven moving parts a gravity-flow fuel system and a manual choke.
The marque dates back to 1885, and continued until 1989 when production was stopped due to un-profitability. There are still cars driven by Wartburg owners in a number of European countries including the UK. Open acquired the factory producing the Wartburg in 1989. The name comes from the name of the castle that overlooks the town were the cars were made, the Wartburg Castle.