Škoda built a range of popular mid-sized cars in the 1930s. The company also planned to offer an even smaller people’s car. Called the Sagitta
Wikow was a relatively less-known Czechoslovakian automobile manufacturer, which produced just a few hundred cars between 1924-1936. We had the pleasure of seeing one recently
The 3rd Balatonfüred Concours d’Elegance was held between 13-15 May on the shores of the Balaton Lake in Hungary. ceautoclassic was an integral part of
The 6th Auto Nostalgia Fair of Historic Vehicles will be hosted in the Centrum Congress Hall in Warsaw between 13-15 May!
On Pentecost weekend, between 13-15 May, 2016 a Concours d’Elegance will be held in the Hungarian city of Balatonfüred. Ceautoclassic is helping to organise this
CEautoclassic is proud to present several books, compiled by Alfred Machaczek focusing on the history of Austrian coachbuilders.
The 2016 events’ calendar is ready! We have compiled hundreds of meetings, rallies, tours, shows, exhibitions and races from Bosnia-Herzegovina Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary,
A former airplane factory in Lovech, which went on to assemble Fiat and Moskvitch cars and produce motorcycles, developed a Bulgarian people’s car in the