In these hard times as events are being cancelled and many people must stay home, we are trying to keep you posted with curiosities and
Though it has been mistakenly referred to as presidential car, this imposing six-seater Maybach from 1941 was the last automobile made by the Sodomka coachbuilder
Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin, the ruler of Soviet Union loved gifts. And after the Second World War he received plenty of gifts, including cars from the newly occupied
Recently two different companies came up with similar vehicles which tackle the problem of personal transportation in extreme conditions. Tatra, the truck specialist in Kopřivnice
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
The Škoda 966 Supersport came alive under the hands of skilful mechanics from ŠKODA AUTO. Today it is one of the main attractions of the
Poland, which found itself behind the Iron Curtain after the war, saw its pre-war motoring industry in ruins. Polski-Fiat disappeared, other assembly operations ceased functioning.