Tatra

Rare 1947 Tatra T87!

Weird is good. Weird gives us innovation, and a break from the monotony of the gray midsize SUV. During the Cold War, the Soviets created some of the world’s worst cars, but also some of the toughest, and in… more»

Rare 1949 Tatra T600 Tatraplan Project

Think tail fins were an American invention? Think again: the Czechs got there first. As evidence, consider this 1949 Tatra 600 Tatraplan, located in Rockland Maine and listed here on eBay. The starting bid is $4,000, with no bids… more»

Insane Barn Find! 1936 Tatra T87

If you’re among the legions of enthusiasts claiming that all the good barn finds are gone, prepare to be corrected. This is an exceedingly rare Tatra T87, a Czechoslovakian oddball of which less than 3,100 were ever made. These… more»

Air-Cooled Twin-Cylinder: 1928 Tatra T12

Most of us have seen a later-model Tatra, the sleek rear-engine models, either in person, online, or at what is my favorite car museum, the Lane Motor Museum. Even Jay Leno has one, but what doesn’t he have. Not many… more»

1948 Tatra T87 Found In Virginia!

Update 11/17/16 – The seller ended their original auction and have relisted it with more information and details! You can find the new ad here on eBay. Yes it’s rusty and the seller provides absolutely no information about it,… more»

The Only One In Town! 1976 Tatra T613-3

If you aren’t familiar with Tatras, they have always been somewhat out there from an engineering point of view. Think about it–a rear-mounted, air-cooled, overhead cam V8 is the power plant. That huge nose? It’s for storage area only!… more»

Air-Cooled V8: 1971 Tatra 603

This isn’t something you see every day! Thanks to reader Charles H for this great find from the Netherlands–although the car was manufactured in what was then Czechoslovakia. Tatra had long been marching to the beat of a different drummer… more»

Reader Finds: February 5, 2014

Everyday we receive emails from our readers containing links to smoking hot deals. We would like to feature them all, but it is just not possible to research and write that many posts. Plus many sell before we can… more»