Recently we have received some interesting books. Vlad Capotescu: Automobilele in Timisoara interbelicaTimişoara : Waldpress, 2017ISBN 978-606-614-170-3261 pages, hard-cover I just found this book by
In 1935 a Hungarian-born British engineer comissioned a Hungarian company to build a one-off oil tanker for the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. The AP1 was the
Today Fiat operates an engine plant in the Polish city of Bielsko-Biała. Once this was the place, where the Fiat 126p was produced under licence.
It was on 19 April, 1970 that first trials cars were assembled at the newly established VAZ plant in the city of Togliatti. This marks
Following our earlier post on Jiří Rožnovský, we have received another batch of photos on his works, which we are happy to share. Prizes for
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