Luxury car produced during the Socialist period in spite of the limitations imposed on the production of this type of car. It became the representative car of Czechoslovak ministries and offices.
The last representative vehicle by the Tatra factory.
Czechoslovak luxury car manufactured by the Tatra company from Kopřivnice between 1931 and 1938. Because of its enormous price and small clientele, it was called “the ministers’ car”.
Popular car produced between 1936 and 1950, used by Jiří Hanzelka and Miroslav Zikmund on their famous adventure in Africa. The car became a valuable collector’s item.
Best-selling car manufactured by the Walter carmaker, based on the Fiat 508 licence.
The last cars produced by the Walter car maker from Prague.
Luxury car by the Walter car maker. Its race versions became the fastest car in interwar Czechoslovakia.
The first post-war car by the Walter car maker.
The first Czechoslovak car with a front-wheel drive.
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