The short-lived Free City of Danzig had at least one coachbuilder The Free City of Danzig was created with the Treaty of Versailles in 1919.
When you think about post-war Hungary, you think about Communism, the Iron Curtain and Soviet cars. While that is generally true, we should not forget
Last week the classic car season got off to great start with the Retromobile exhibition in Paris. The show featured an official presence by Škoda
Legendary Romanian racing driver celebrated its 101th birthday late last week. Marin Dumitrescu came from his native village Comani to Bucharest in the 1930s and
In the USSR everything had to be a little bigger and vehicles were no exception. This machine, supposed to be the king of snow, was
In Enerhodar a man, who goes by the Instagram handle, vadia_the_creator photographed a bunch of decaying ZAZ Slavuta taxicabs earlier this year. The story has
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The RAF 977 was one of the first Soviet minibuses. Serial production was launched in 1959. 70 years ago the Рижский завод автобусных кузовов (Russian