1940 Tatra T87



“Matching numbers” cars are rarely seen, as most were behind the
Iron Curtain and kept running by any means possible

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Tatra manufactured some of the most technically sophisticated cars of the 1930s, with a decidedly unusual approach to automotive design. That can be attributed to Austrian engineer Hans Ledwinka, who spent his early years working under pioneering automobile and aircraft designer Edmund Rumpler.

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