Hello Everybody, I am new to the forum but very active in the home country Trabant community. I've came up with an idea from the UK's Honda C90 (SuperCub) forum where there is a map of the world and users are putting markers where they have their vehicle/vehicles on the map. I am trying to populate this map on a world scale so we can see the spread of Trabants around the world (and other Trabant owners near you). Seeing that the USA has Trabants is an amazing thing for us in the Eastern European area. Same applies for the UK, Canada etc. So it would be great for all of us to add our rough locations of our cars there. If you would like to help me with my map which is one day old and it is growing fast (16 markers already from two countries and working to add more countries/communities to the map), please follow this link : https://www.zeemaps.com/map?group=1365851 This is a picture of how it looks : To add a marker (your car) on the map, go to the tool bar at the top, third from left is 'Additions'. Click on that and click Add Marker - Simple. Put your board name in the box, then below the second entry box, written in blue, is 'or,click on a map location'. Click the map roughly in your area, to put yourself on the map. You can choose the colour of the marker to match that of your Trabant. If you want to keep your location secret for whatever reason, you could place the marker near your area not pinpointing your exact location. I am the admin of the map and if you need any help (delete a marker etc) please write me here and I will sort it out for you. You need a password to place markers. The password is ”Trabant601”. After placing a marker, you will be prompted to save an URL link so you can modify your marker in the future. If you don't save it, I can help you with future modifications. You can add multiple markers on the map with the same name and same or different colours etc. in case you have multiple Trabants. Thank you for your marker and I hope we will have a nice image of where the Trabants are nowadays on the world map. George M.