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
Virgilius Justin Capră was one of the most prolific Romanian inventors and engineers. He is best known as the inventor of the jet pack, but