Flanderian

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Nice! 👍

That is a very pretty picture but completely a fantasy. The 190s were so underpowered they could barely be viable as Freeway vehicles. How could they possibly tow another ton of camper behind them?
Hmm . . . . with 105 lb-ft, good question? :icon_scratch:

Perhaps the answer is, slowly. ;)

I do know that compared to many makes, German makers sometimes understate their cars' output, but even if that were a lightweight camper, (And it doesn't look it.) I would think it a chore for the pretty little roadster.
 

Oldsarge

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That is a very pretty picture but completely a fantasy. The 190s were so underpowered they could barely be viable as Freeway vehicles. How could they possibly tow another ton of camper behind them?
Teardrop trailers are remarkably light. They can be pulled by Volkswagens, mini Coopers and even motorcycles. No, the 190 could pull a teardrop. Not much else, I suspect, but a teardrop? I think so. How fast it could pull one is an open question.