The Trabant 600 Sedan 1965 is a classic East German car made in the former communist state. It is a two-door, front-engine, four-seater that was the most popular car in the country for decades. Its predecessor, the Trabant P50, was the first mass-produced car to feature plastic body panels. The 600 Sedan had a 599 cc two-cylinder, two-stroke engine with 19 hp. It had a four-speed manual gearbox and top speed of 82 mph. The exterior of the car has a boxy look with a teardrop-shaped grille, a long hood, and rounded edges. Its wheel wells are filled out by black steel wheels with thick wheel arches. The sides of the car feature iconic squared-off bumpers and are decorated by ribbed door sills. The interior is plain but comfortable, with fabric upholstery and plenty of vintage charm. The seating is firmly supported and the dashboard has simplistic gauges and switches. The Trabant 600 was not a fast car and had a lot of vibration due to its two-stroke engine, but it was reliable, easy to repair, and economical to own and operate. Its iconic styling secured a special place in many hearts of those who owned it and appreciated its quirky charm even if it lacked in performance. The 600 was eventually replaced with newer versions and exports were limited, but it was an integral part of Eastern Bloc life and culture.
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