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Trabant 601 station wagon
"Dr. Werner Lang, the man behind the small and popular Trabant 601 two-door vehicle built in East Germany back in the 1960s, died at the age of 91 after suffering a heart attack at his home in Zwickau. Introduced in 1962 as an update to the initial P50, the Trabant 600 was engineered by Lang, who later upgraded the "limousine" with the 601 model, which was kept in production until 1991. The 3,360 mm (132.3 inches) long vehicle was available as a two-door sedan and two-door station..." Continue Reading →
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