The little vestigial tail fins (flossen) continue the straight horizontal trim lines and look like pointy cat's ears on the otherwise soapbar-shaped rear end. I can't help but wonder what this would look like rolling on some meaty tires and slammed on airbags...wait...this thing had pneumatic suspension from the factory! The P100 was fitted with self-leveling air suspension, pretty advanced stuff for the early '60s. No word on if that's functional but expect to visit your local Firestone dealer if you want a reliable "bag" setup.
The 2.5 liter inline six looks crusty - like it hasn't run in decades - so plan on verifying actual condition or at least stocking up on Borgward engine parts. But for $1 per cc, this thing is a deal if it actually runs and drives.