The P100 was Borgward's last project before the carmaker closed its doors in Germany. The tooling was sent to Mexico, and the car survived seven more years. Its squarish design (unusual for a Borgward) was charming, incorporating a Mercedes-like roof, miniature Chrysler fins and round Ford-like taillights.
Mar 15, 2010 11:39:37 amby bonestructure Homepage »
Aside from doing an excellent job on it, I can hardly believe there's another person in the world who knows what a Borgward is. I used to own one of the built in Mexico models. They eliminated the fins and streamlined the whole car. And mine had a 426 Hemi in it for some odd reason. Hell of a car. Ahead of it's time, really.