Lowered Trabant Is a Communist Afterparty
Like all cars from Eastern Germany, the Trabant, which was produced by a company with an insanely long name, VEB Sachsenring Automobilwerke Zwickau, had nothing to do with the assets German cars have accustomed us with. For example, the vehicle uses a two-stroke engine.
Nevertheless, the Trabant, which includes a wider range of models produced in over 3 million examples, has managed to gather a huge fan base.
The latest example of this comes in the form of the adjacent image, which shows us how far a driver went for customizing his Trabant. In this outfit, we can’t deny that the little thing has some sort of special visual aura.
Photo via: FelgenOutlet