Justin, I have a book entitled: "The Trabant: Duraplast in Pastel Colors" I bought some years ago. Apparantly it's been out of print for awhile so would it be OK to scan and post some photos of it here? I don't want to get you in trouble with anybody. I wanted to ask before I went to the trouble of scanning them. My flatbed scanner is 10 years old and rather slow. The guy that wrote it was a PR guy for VEB Sachenring and some of these photos were from his personal collection and may not be on the internet or were ever released to the public. One of them is of a Soviet soldier in uniform with a spot welder building a Trabant! http://www.amazon.com/Trabant-Durop...=UTF8&qid=1376990409&sr=1-10&keywords=Trabant I mean just because it's out of print doesn't mean it's copyright is void. But most reference material from cars that haven't been built in years (like factory shop manuals for example) are put up on the internet all the time and the companies that built them don't seem to care. On the other hand, if something is on the internet, that makes it public domain right? You know like MP3s? I told a guy I work with who says downloading MP3s is stealing just like walking out of a record store with a CD under your arm. I told him, "How can you steal something that is free?"