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.
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