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  1. kindzierski

    kindzierski Newbie

    Auf Facebook - Trabant Cabrio -
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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.

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  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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