Unfortunately I must sell my Trabant. I have had it since 2006, and I used it as my car while living in Prague. I brought it to Texas with me in 2013 after I moved back to the US. It is not one of the junk yard jewels that often get imported. This one belonged to Martin Stefl, who is the moderator for the Trabant.cz forum. He knows his cars, and he took very good care of this one. When I bought it I stored it in a garage in Prague and never took it out in bad weather. It is a 1988, but titled as a 1967 as that is what happened to may Trabis in Europe during communism. It is completely legal with a clear Texas title. I also have all the paperwork from Europe documenting its history of past owners. I use the car regularly and it is ready to go. It still wears the original paint, and the interior is original. There have been scratches in the paint over time, but no cracks or anything serious. The paint looks good, just not perfect. The interior is in very nice condition. People often ask me if I have had it redone. On the mechanical side I just rebuilt the starter, and it does not need anything. It runs great, shifts great, and the free wheel works perfectly. All lights work, the wipers work, and the horn works. I added an aftermarket radio CD player. It has a valid Texas state auto inspection. It has 4 brand new tires, and I have quite a few spare parts including a clutch should it ever need one. I also have repair and parts manuals, although they are in the Czech language. I'd love to keep her, but life has a way of forcing one into different priorities. For a view of it driving, I have a crappy video on youtube that I recently uploaded before I decided to sell it. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=trabant in dallas The price is $6500. People ask me to sell it a lot, but they have no idea what it really is and I don't think they would care for it properly. I want it to go to someone who knows what it is and can care for it. I'll upload a better video to youtube this weekend. Contact me for more info and pictures.