Production Years: 1934-1939
Number Produced: 4,000
In 1921, Hans Ledwinka was hired by Tatra, and he designed a brand new automobile, the T 11, which was introduced at Prague’s Autosalon in 1923.
It was a revolution. The engine was a flat air-cooled two cylinder with 1056 cc. A backbone or heavy tube connected the front of the car with the drive train. The rear wheels were on swinging axles. There were 10,000 T 11s and T 12s manufactured in a period of eight years.
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Tampa Bay Automobile Museum
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