But it certainly can happen. Rarely, for sure, but it can.
I don't know who put what in this Polish Trabant
601 1.1 wagon, but I'm pretty sure Matt Farah would approve.
Duroplast is almost like today's carbon fiber composites, so a cheap and lightweight Trabant might look like the perfect base for a nice tuner car. On the second day though, you will realize that in order for a Trabant to do 115+ mph, quite a lot of German re-engineering is needed.
That's why it amazes me how stock this baby looks. Well done unknown Polish crazy person!
Long live fast Trabant wagons!