The final versions of Tabant from 1989 to 1991 had 1.0L engine of VW Polo. Whent Trabant 601 had top speed of 100, then VW engined Trabant 1.1. had top speed of 125 km/h and had about 22 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h.Maybe if you replace the original motor with a more powerful and modern motor...?
What happened to that poor sergeant?A poor army sergeant fell prey to an alluring HVA fraulein, and within a few weeks
Though, there is also ballistic missile carrying submarines, could East German Army use that?Tactical bombers were not powerful enough to deliver 1st generation nuclear weapons, by the mid 50's that had been fixed and nukes could be carried by such. It took longer to carry thermonuclear weapons, but again by the 60's that had been fixed. ICBMs were created to be able to hit something on another continent in a way that could not be shot down like a bomber could be
I think the Soviets would be EXTREMELY interested in any SSB the East Germans were to construct. Rather pointed questions would be asked, and it’d negate the whole purpose of stealing a supply of US warheads.What happened to that poor sergeant?
Though, there is also ballistic missile carrying submarines, could East German Army use that?
It’s more practical for a nuclear west or unified Germany, but not by much. Probably better just to invest in some fighter bombers, and later, perhaps some mobile IRBMs. France and the USSR/Russia should easily be in range.And good luck hiding an SSB in the Baltic.
Would be an odd SSB anyway, given the need to fit in water not much deeper than 17m.