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The Porsche Type List

The Gmünd Years

 

Type

Year

Description

Customer

288

1944/1945

13 HP water turbine.

Porsche, K.G.

289

1944/1945

 

15 HP water turbine.

Porsche, K.G.

290

 

Project "S".

SS

291

1945

600 mm diameter, axial-flow, water turbine.

Porsche, K.G.

292

1946

300 mm diameter, axial-flow, water turbine.

Porsche, K.G.

293

1944

Track-type tractor (bulldozer).

SS

294

1944

Ski bindings.

Santner

295

 

Metal work hardware for barrack.

Department for Trade and Industry

296

 

Intermediate gearing for VW engine.

Volkswagen Werk

298

1944/1945

Development E-S-R (Radio receiver for VW).

P. Schmidt

300

 

Development E-RG-I (Radio receiver for VW).

P. Schmidt

301

 

500mm diameter axial-flow water turbine.

 

302

 

Receipt of spare parts.

Post Office of Klagenfurt

303

 

Receipt of spare parts.

Other parties

305

 

Turbodrive for special vehicles.

SS

307

1945

Development of a carburetor for use with heavy fuel.

Volkswagen Werk

309

1945

New development of diesel engines for VW type (Interesting to note that Hitler had requested that the Volkswagen use a Diesel-powered engine as earlier as 1934.)

Volkswagen Werk

310

 

Small water turbine.

 

312

1945

Gasoline-engine tractor.

Porsche, K.G.

313

1945

Diesel-engine tractor.

Porsche, K.G.

315

1945

Ski lift (tow rope) powered by VW engine power.

Santner Jr., Spittal/Drau

317

 

Small turbine.

Dr. von Höfer, Millstatt

320

 

Receipt of machine "Berta".

County Commissioner, Kärnten

321

 

Receipt of machine "Berta," improved version.

County Commissioner, Kärnten

323

1946

Small farm machine (11 bhp diesel tractor).

Porsche, K.G.

323.1

 

Tractor design included in Cisitalia contract of Feb. 3, 1947

Cisitalia

324

 

8 HP stationary motor.

Porsche, K.G.

325

 

15 HP stationary motor.

Porsche, K.G.

326

 

30 HP stationary motor.

Porsche, K.G.

328

1946

28 HP tractor

Porsche, K.G.

330

 

VW with charcoal-gas generator.

Volkswagen Werk, Fallersleben

331

 

VW with indigenous fuels generator.

Volkswagenwerk, GmbH,

Wolfsburg

332

 

VW with anthracite-coal generator.

Volkswagenwerk, GmbH,

Wolfsburg

335

1946

Drum winch project. A 1948 Gmünd data/sales sheet refers to this item as "Bergbauern-Seilwinde Typ 335." It is rope winch to help farmers working on hillsides to help haul hay or equipment up steep hills in the Austrian mountains.

Province of Kärnten

336

1946

Spill or capstan winch.

Agricultural Department of Klagenfurt

337

 

Handcart for winch Type 335.

Province of Kärnten

338

 

Drive for winch.

Agricultural Department of Klagenfurt

339

1946

Conveyor system.

Gschiel according to Herr Rabe

340

 

Two-wheel hand cart.

Hofer Company, Klagenfurt

343

 

Two-wheel hand cart.

Hofer Company, Klagenfurt

344

 

Two-wheel hand cart.

Porsche, K.G.

345

 

Sicklebar finger.

Province of Kärnten

348

 

Machine for fabrication of peat moss briquettes.

Province of Kärnten

350

 

Business plan for Porsche KG.

Porsche, K.G.

352

1947

Car study. Project probably initiate in July as a result of a letter from von Senger dated June 25, 1946. The study requirements were for a four-seat touring car with fuel injection, 1.5 to 2 liter displacement, 4-cylinders producing 60 to 70 HP. The target price was 7,500 Swiss francs ($1,750).

von Senger

354

 

Trailer, reported to be special trailer von Senger requested Porsche to build to haul 356-001 (and probably 356/2) around to special events.

R. G. de Senger, S.A.

355

1947

Delivery van bodies on VW chassis.

Porsche, K.G.

356

1947

1950

Generic type number for first Porsche sports car. Also used to designate first two-seater sports car based on VW, i.e. first Roadster 356-001. The Porsche June 15, 1948 internal progress report identifies this design as “VW-Sport.” After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with an 1100cc engine.

Porsche, K.G.

356/1

1950

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with a 44 DIN hp 1300cc engine.

 

356/2

1947

1950

The designation 356/2-XXX was used on the chassis of the aluminum 356. After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with an 40 DIN hp 1100cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

Porsche, K.G.

356/3

 

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with a 40 DIN hp 1300cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/4

 

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with a 60 DIN hp 1500cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/5

 

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with a 60 DIN hp 1500cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/6

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with an 1100cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/7

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with an 1100cc engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/8

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with a 1300S engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/9

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with an 1300S engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/10

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Coupe with a 1500S engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356/11

1952

After Porsche returned to Stuttgart, this designation referred to a Convertible with an 1500S engine. This designation only seems to be used in association with sales literature.

 

356 SL

1951

Racing version of Gmünd coupe. The SL stood for Superleicht (or super light. Internally the 356 SL was also given the designation Type 514.

Porsche, K.G.

358

 

BMW motorcycle redesign.

Abarth

359

 

Studies of activating two valve steering.

Cisitalia, Turin

360

1946/1951

1.5 liter Grand Prix car. Contract signed Feb. 3, 1947

Cisitalia, Turin

361

1947

Experimental one cylinder test engine for Type 360.

Cisitalia, Turin

362

1948

Two liter, non-supercharged Grand Prix engine.

Cisitalia, Turin

366

 

VW super sport engine, Design A. VW engine with twin carburetors.

Porsche, K.G.

367

June 1949

VW super sport engine with V heads and horizontal cooling fan, Design B. Reference drawing 367.10.403 dated June 22, 1949. Based on Typ 115 engine of 1939, which used Kompressor and OHC.

Porsche, K.G.

368

 

Agricultural trailer, 2.5 ton capacity.

Porsche, K.G.

369

Aug 1949

VW sport engine with V type valve arrangement, Design C (1.1 liter engine for Type 356/2). Reference drawings 369.10.001, .002 and .003 dated August 1949.

Porsche, K.G.

370

1947

1.5 liter sports touring car (4 seats, air-cooled, rear-mounted six cylinder engine). The Porsche June 15, 1948 internal progress report identifies this design as being expanded to include a 2 liter design.

Cisitalia, Turin

372

1947

2.0 liter sedan with four to six seats (air-cooled 100HP V8 engine and five speed transmission).

Cisitalia, Turin

375

 

Monoposta solid axle studies.

Cisitalia, Turin

Autocar

378

 

Preliminary studies of different Porsche-Schmid transmission.

Porsche, K.G.

380

 

Porsche-Schmid transmission for Fiat 508c. Design included in Cisitalia contract of Feb. 3, 1947.

Porsche, K.G.

383

1948

Experimental Porsche-Schmid synchromesh system for VW gearbox, Design A.

Porsche, K.G.

384

1948

Alternate Porsche-Schmid synchromesh system for VW gearbox, Design B.

Porsche, K.G.

385

1947

Small water turbine for Cisitalia (unconfirmed)

Cisitalia

390

 

Activities on Fichtel & Sachs engine.

H. Riedl, Vienna

392

 

Studies using cross-mounted rear motor and hydraulics.

Porsche, K.G.

394

 

VW study using front bench seat.

Col. Dixon, Vienna

398

 

Tools, dies and fixtures for internal fabrication work.

Porsche, K.G.

399

 

Tools, dies and fixtures for customer orders.

Porsche, K.G.

401

 

Investigations of front axle for Type 29 VW.

Volkswagenwerk, GmbH,

Wolfsburg

402

1949

General vehicle studies for Type 1951 VW. Shorter wheelbase, variable length with self-supporting body.

Volkswagenwerk, GmbH,

Wolfsburg

403

 

VW police car.

 

405

 

Sedan with rear, 1.1 liter engine.

 

406

 

Sedan with rear, 2.2 liter engine.

 

410

 

Trolleybus.

SSW, Vienna

425

1948

20HP diesel tractor.

Porsche, K.G.

427

 

30HP tractor.

 

 

Pre-Gmünd ( Type 007 through 287)

Post-Gmünd (Types 502 through 741A)

Type 9XX

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