Škoda designers have dusted off the somewhat unknown history of the model, which remained in the shadow after the famous Škoda 130 RS. The Škoda
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
40 years ago, in 1981 Vampire from Ferat, a Czechoslovak horror film debuted in local movie theatres. However, movigoers were more fascinated by a “mechanical
Our friend Jiří Veřmiřovský has a great collection of Czechoslovak motorcycles, which we are happy to show you here. These bikes were not very expensive
A few years ago, we already introduced you the life and works of Mr Emil Bojda. Recently his microcar, called Súľov has been resurrected which
ZIL was once a proud Soviet truck manufacturer, which also produced executive sedans for the upper echelon of the Communist Party. Their last attempt was
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.