1. In order to combat the SPAM challenges we have been facing, I have chosen for the registration of new forum members to be manually approved. If you are registering as a new member, please fill out your profile as much as your comfortable doing. By doing this it shows us that you are not a spammer and will ensure that you’re registered to the form quickly. Should you be denied by mistake, please reapply with a fully completed profile
  2. I have received a lot of messages asking about the future of the forums once my car sells. Well today it sold and will soon be on its way to its new home. With that said, for the forums, there is more information under 'Announcements" titled "Future of the Forums' you could also copy and paste this link: http://www.trabantforums.com/threads/future-of-the-forums-donations.1762/

Philip's Wartburg

Wartburg item created by phi, Sep 1, 2014

  1. phi

    phi Loyal Comrade

  2. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    Nice car and great pics. Have you had any difficulties owning a Wartburg in Switzerland? I have heard the rules are strict there.
  3. phi

    phi Loyal Comrade

    I bought the car from a person who moved from Germany to Switzerland. As so called "household effects", the car is not obliged to keep the rules applicable for exhaust gases and noise. That makes registering the car quite easy.

    A friend of mine has put in traffic a Trabant 1.1 as normal import. The measurement of exhaust gases (official measuring cycle on dynamometer roll) and noise costs about 3000 EUR...
  4. Wartburg353W

    Wartburg353W Loyal Comrade

    That's nuts.

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