**Swiss excellence since 1949**

                 The first factory in Bottmingen near Basel
                       THE FIRST CAR MODEL THE **WAGNER 1100**

Product from 1950 to 1954

                        THE FIRST RENNEN MODEL THE **WAGNER 1100 S**

This car achieved the class victory in 1951 Le Mans.

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A Porsche with a Koenigsegg logo?

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The green paint shown on the example of the regular 1100 is a bit too bright for the era, and the flake is also too strong - but apart from that, it’s still an accurate Swiss equivalent of the 356.


Today I’ m crazy :slight_smile:

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gasps in total shock

He truly has gone crazy, we live in a society :pensive:

what the hell? What society? Here everyone is on their own.
If you are talking about the site, then this is at best a community, not a society.

                        **THE FIRST EVOLUTION THE WAGNER 1300**

Wagner 1300 Standard

Wagner 1300 L or Luxury

Wagner 1300 S version for GT series also sold to customers pilots

All versions of Wagner 1300 was sold from 1955 to 1959.


In 1956 Wagner Motors built the 1500 RS, a sports car to seek victory in the category up to 1500 cc, and entrusted it to its new official team.

The main innovations compared to the production cars are:
The 4-cylinder boxer engine increased to 1.5 L and centrally mounted.
The new space frame.

The project proved to be a winner in fact the 1500 RS obtained the prestigious class victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 1000 Km of Nurburing.

In the photos the Wagner 1500 RS winning the 1000 Km of Nurburing.


                              > WAGNER 1500 RS


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                    EVOLUTION CONTINUED WAGNER 1600

Wagner 1600

Wagner 1600 L (Lux)

The wagner 1600 was sold from 1960 to 1964

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Wagner 1600 S

The version of 1600’s for GT races in the photos the car sold to private team sponsorized by GULP OIL.


Wagner 1600 RS

The sport car utilized by official Wagner Racing team.
The most important victories was European Mountain Champioship’s in 1963 and 1964.

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                                   The day of decision

1963 was an important year in the history of Wagner Motorwerke because it was undecided whether to build a totally new car model or to continue updating the existing chassis and mechanics.
Eventually a compromise will be reached which envisages updating the existing chassis but updating the mechanics by producing a new 2000cc 6-cylinder boxer engine.
In 1965 the Wagner 2000 was presented.

to be continue…

                      > *THE ULTIMATE EVOLUTION OF THE CHASSIS  001

Wagner 2000

Wagner 2000 L (Lux)

The Wagner 2000 was sold from 1965 to 1969

The version for GT races
Wagner 2000 S

In the photos the 2000 S in Bob Balker Racing livery





Since making its racing debut, the 2000 RS has won numerous hill climbs. In any case intended above all for the endurance races of the World Sport Prototype Championship, it performed well in competitions of this type, in particular at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, where it conquered 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th place in the 1966 edition behind the Ford GT40, with a much larger engine capacity.

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                         THE BORN OF THE CHASSIS 002

In 1970 the Wagner 2400 was presented, a machine with a completely new design and equipped with a six-cylinder boxer engine of 2400 cc.
This model in the basic version had the first high quality plastic inserts used by Wagner in one of its cars.

Wagner 2400

Wagner 2400 L (Lux)

In addition to the racing versions of the “2400”, in 1971 Wagner decided to produce again a car with a 4-cylinder engine to attract a younger and less wealthy clientele.

to be continued…

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