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
While here at CEAutoClassic we usually wrote about classic cars, but we take an exception here. Daewoo Lanos, FSO Lanos, ZAZ Lanos, ZAZ Chance, ZAZ
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.
Fortepan, a non-profit Hungarian photo archive recently featured a photo report on the Soviet Moskvitch factory, which was originally published in 1971 Sándor Bojár (1914-2000)
With the reopening of the Škoda Museum after the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a new exhibition, celebrating the 125-years of the company “The permanent exhibition
The Croatian Technical Museum Nikola Tesla has a very interesting motor sled from 1931. Built by local mechanic, Marko Knez it once had a Maybach
Among East European cars, the Moskvitch 408 is renowned for its rally history, but the Polski-Fiat team also had some success. Fiat, which won the