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
The season-opening Russian exhibition was held in Moscow between 6-9 March, 2020 Oldtimer Gallery is the largest exhibition of classic cars and other vehicles in
The annual Auto-Motor-Tuning Show in Budapest, which will be held between 25-27 September will feature a few classic pickup trucks among others Every year MAVAMSZ,
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
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