Czech Marques – from A to Z

Pictures of Czech motorcars in alphabetical and chronological order

© Original photos from the Michael Schlenger collection

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Praga „Alfa“ sedan, built from 1922 until 1929

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Praga „Piccolo“, built in 1926, photo taken in Austria

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Praga Grand 8, built from 1929 until 1933, photo taken in 1930 in Olmütz (Moravia/Czechoslovakia)

Skoda_430_bei_Tynec_Juli_1931_Galerie

Skoda 430, built in 1928/29, photo taken in 1931 near Tynec (Czechoslovakia)

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Skoda 420 Standard, built around 1934, registered in Meiningen (Thuringia), photo taken in the 1950s in Czechoslovakia

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Skoda „Rapid“, built from 1935 until 1942, photo taken in June 1938 during the Africa roundtrip of Maria and Stanislav Skulina

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Skoda Popular „Rapid“luxury convertible, built in 1937/38, photo taken in 1939 near Rehefeld (province of Saxony, Germany)

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Tatra T11, built from 1923 until 1926, photo taken in 1933 in Langsdorf (Bohemia)

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Tatra 52 (built under licence by Detra), built from 1930 until 1937, photo from Dunlop magazine no. 10, 1931

Tatra

Tatra 75 roadster „Bohemia“, built in 1935, photo taken in 2015 during the „Classic Days“ at Schloss Dyck (Lower Rhineland, Germany)

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Tatra 87, built from 1937 until 1950

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Wikov 7/28 1,5 litre racecar, built in 1935, postwar photo

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Zetka Z4, photo taken in the Sudetenland (then belonging to Czechoslovakia) in 1933