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  1. kindzierski

    kindzierski Newbie

    Auf Facebook - Trabant Cabrio -
    besucht mal meine Seite
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  2. Aly0124

    Aly0124 Justin's Wife

    LOVE the car! Do you have any pictures of how you did this?
  3. Justin

    Justin Founder Moderator

    I love the car, it looks like a lot of hard work went into it!

    Welcome to the boards. Feel free to post more pictures and share your knowledge!
  4. Justin

    Justin Founder Moderator

    Here is a link to kindzierski page regarding this car.

    He put a lot of work, time and effort into this project.

    Trabant Cabrio
  5. turbofiat124

    turbofiat124 Premium Member Forum Donor

    These Cabrios were not factory were they? I assume them were converted by an aftermarket company like a lot of cars were here in the United States back in the early 1980s like these were.



  6. Justin

    Justin Founder Moderator

    Are those old Celica's? Id so they probably were factory. I know they made convertible Celica's pretty early on.
  7. lilbg

    lilbg Puttering Along

    For trabants it's called "Ostërmann". Everyone rebuilt itself :)
  8. trabant601

    trabant601 Loyal Comrade

    IMG_4557.JPG This is one of several Ostermann conversions. I enjoyed chatting with this fellow who used Ostermann and did the work himself . Here is a link which links to Ostermann via outlook. http://trabantcabrio.com/
  9. trabant601

    trabant601 Loyal Comrade

    I am surprised that no one seems to post much here. I want to have a topless Trabant one day and would love to see more of these conversions, it is really the only major conversion to the look of a Trabant that I like.

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