Great news for those who like the history of coachbuilding: Romuald Cieślak put together a great book on Polish coachbuilders! Romuald Cieślak, a Polish historian
This three-seater sporty version of the mundane Tatra 75 is testimony to Czechoslovakian ingenuity. A dynamic, elegant body on a Tatra chassis – we are
Today it is a nostalgic object, a curiosity, but for over three decades it was a cheap mobility device for people behind the Iron Curtain.
The Moscow Transport Museum has just opened a new exhibition at VDNH Park that celebrates the history of the Soviet Moskvitch car. The exhibition space
Nicolae Cosmescu, a Romanian engineer and race team leader realised his childhood dream in 1986 by building a mid-engined sportscar Nicolae Cosmescu, who died last
In the late 1920s Jan Molin organised the bus transport network for the Cieszyn Silesia region and became a leading local coachbuilder. Piotr Pluskowski recalls
During the Cold War era occupying Soviet forces were deployed all over Eastern Europe. They did not mingle with locals – had their own schools,
Szczecin, once Stettin is known among classic car aficionados as the former home of Stoewer. But there were cars built there after the War reports Piotr