Borgward P100 1961 with air suspension! (28688 Km.) For Sale
The Borgward P100 is a large four-door sedan first presented in September 1959 at the Frankfurt Motor Show and produced by the Bremen based auto-manufacturer Carl F. W. Borgward GmbH between January 1960 and July 1961. The design featured the ponton, three-box design pioneered by Borgward in 1949, but now filled out to the relatively angular corners, reminiscent of the style being popularised by Pininfarina with designs such as that of the Fiat 1800. Like the Farina designs, the P100 featured small angular tailfins. The P100 followed the structural approach of the existing Isabella, incorporating an integral chassis. Contemporary publicity material highlighted the car’s revolutionary self-levelling air suspension.
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