1978 Trabant 601 S Kombi with a tent SACHSENRUH
The tent frame was made of a steel rod with rectangular cross section in size of 15x25 mm and the struts were made of 16 mm steel rod. The floor made of 6-mm wood chipboard was covered with rugs of 10-cm thick foam.
The tent weighing 40 kg was made by VEB Zeltbau Burgstedt and fixed on the basis of 8 rubber feet. In 1978, Gerhard Mueller received a patent for his invention, and a year later began mass production. Three employees of his company's produced annually 120-130 tents.
By the way, in the museum the tent is set on the Trabant 601 S Kombi wagon.