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Cars

Tatra T-603 MKII Saloon- 1964

Tatra T-603 MKII Saloon- 1964

When the centralized planned economy in the Czech Republic appointed Tatra to be the manufacturer for big automobiles, work started on the T-603.

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Tatra, narodni podnik
Tatra T-603 Saloon- 1958

Tatra T-603 Saloon- 1958

When the Czech Republic was formed, the centralized planned economy appointed Tatra to be the manufacturer for big automobiles (those cars with engine displacement over 2000cc). 

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Tatra, narodni podnik
Tatra T-607 Monoposto (replica)-1950

Tatra T-607 Monoposto (replica)-1950

 

Tatra 607 Monoposto (single-seater) race car was used to aid in the development of the next generation of V-8 engines for Tatra passenger cars.

 

Tatra T-613 Ambulance- 1980

Tatra T-613 Ambulance- 1980

Tatra began as a Czechoslovakian car maker in1922 and has been one of the largest auto makers behind the Iron Curtain. You can find additional history and a display of Tatra automobiles inside the museum. 

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Tatra, narodni podnik
Tatra T-613- 1978

Tatra T-613- 1978

In 1996, Tatra introduced the new T-700. It had the same layout and general body lines as the T-613. The T-700 originated one year earlier when British designer Geoff Wardle was asked by Tatra to update the original body structure.

  • Country of Origin: Czech Republic
  • Tatra, a.s.
Tatra T-700-1992

Tatra T-700-1992

The Vignale-designed Tatra 613 was introduced in 1975, and was too primitive to attract
Western buyers after the fall of Communism across Europe in the late 1980s-early 1990s. With the T-625 project shelved, Tatra enlisted British designer Geoff Wardle to freshen the T-613 into the T-700 seen here. 

Tatra T-75-1934

Tatra T-75-1934

In 1934, Tatra came out with the T-75.  It was slightly larger than the T-57, making a 4-door body possible.  The motor was also enlarged about 50%, bringing the power up to 30 HP.

Tatra T-805- 1955

Tatra T-805- 1955

The 800 series produced by Tatra is a designation for “special purpose vehicles.” The 800 series was sold to the military and the construction industry.

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Tatra, narodni podnik
Tatra T-815 Rollback-1994

Tatra T-815 Rollback-1994

The Tatra T 815- series of heavy trucks, now known as Tatra TERR No.1, are the bread-and-butter model of Tatra. Almost infinitely configurable from 4x4 to 12x12, with either air- or water-cooled engines by six manufacturers, 3 types of manual, automatic, or electronic transmissions by three manufacturers, 2 passenger, 2+ sleeper, or 8 passenger cabs, with a tipper bed, dump bed, fifth wheel, crane, fire equipment, armored, weaponized, NBC-capable – you get the idea – it’s a remarkably capable truck, and may be outfitted for almost any scenario.

Tatra T-87 Saloon- 1947

Tatra T-87 Saloon- 1947

Tatra began experimenting with car aerodynamics in the early 1930s and began work on an automobile design on which future Tatras were based for decades. 

 

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Tatra, narodni podnik
Tatra T-97- 1938

Tatra T-97- 1938

Erich Ledwinka, one of Hans Ledwinka’s sons, was responsible for the T-97. It was developed along side the T-87. It was in effect a slightly scaled down version of the T-87 and was almost identical in style.

  • Country of Origin: Czechoslovakia
  • Zavody Ringhoffer-Tatra
Tatra T11-1923

Tatra T11-1923

The Tatra T-11 was the first car made entirely by Tatra in 1923. The T-11 was famous for its robust and innovative designs which featured an air-cooled engine and swing axle rear suspension.

Tatra-V-855 Aerosled (replica)-1942

Tatra-V-855 Aerosled (replica)-1942

When Germany invaded Czechoslovakia in 1939, the German military dictated the output of Tatra factories.  Before you is an interesting project that was designed for war use only.  The German military wanted Tatra to develop a vehicle that could move people across the vast snowy plains of Russia.

Teilhol Simply- 1981

Teilhol Simply- 1981

Originally called ACL (Ateliers de Construction du Livradois, or Livradois Construction Workshops), Teilhol manufactured the Renault Rodeo, a plastic-bodied, light off-roader, similar to Citroën’s Mehari, from 1970 to 1987.

Tempo G1200- 1937

Tempo G1200- 1937

The first vehicles produced by Vidal under the Tempo name were 3-wheeled delivery vans, starting in 1926. By 1933, the company was producing a 2-seater passenger model powered by a 200cc single-cylinder engine. 

  • Country of Origin: Great Britain
  • Vidal & Sohn Tempo Werk
Tempo Viking-1955

Tempo Viking-1955

In the years following World War I, German’s economy was in a slump, with economic sanctions placed by the Treaty of Versailles. Max Vidal and Sohns, previously a fire-fighting equipment supplier to German’s coal industry, changed focus in 1926 to building automobiles.

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