Tatra could build replicas of its classic models fitted with modern mechanical components.
New Zealand’s Jeep was built on Skoda bones. The Trekka was introduced 50 years ago this month.
The Tatra 87 was the first series-produced car whose silhouette was fine-tuned in a wind tunnel.
Old cars are a way of life in Sweden, especially in the more rural areas.
The experimental 935 Dynamic was one of the first cars in the Škoda museum.
Held annually, the Rallye National du Laragnais takes place on closed public roads that are narrow, fast-paced and very windy.
It’s officially winter time in the northern hemisphere. Ski stations are gearing up for their busiest seasons, holiday preparations are in full swing and annoyed commuters are getting ready to fire up the snow blower. What vintage car would you most like to take on a trip to the mountains? What one would you trust …
The aluminum-bodied 966 was the fastest Czech car in the 1950s.
The first edition of the Chicago Motor Show was held in 1901, making it one of the oldest car shows in the world. The Chicago show was once one of the nation’s largest automotive events but it is overshadowed today by bigger, more important industry trade shows held in New York, Detroit and Los Angeles.
Automakers commonly bring historic models from their own collection to media events in an attempt to create a link between the past and the present. Sometimes the connection between the two cars on display is evident, sometimes it’s a little more heavy-handed. A photographer generally shoots the old car next to the new one but …