This little car is a Trabant. Powered by a two-stroke pollution generator that maxed out at 18 hp, the Trabant was made of a fiberglass, reinforced with recycled fibres like cotton and wood. Designed in the 1950s, the Trabant was East Germany's answer to the VW Beetle — a "people's car". Thousands of East Germans drove their Trabants over the border when the Wall came down, which made it a kind of automotive liberator. Once across the border, the none-too-sentimental Ostdeutschlanders immediately abandoned their cars. Ich bin Junk!