1942 TATRA T87


1942 TATRA T87


Production Years: 1937-1948
Country: Czechoslovakia
Number Produced: 3,023

Designed by Hans Ledwinka, the Tatra T87 was an extraordinary car. It debuted in 1937 and featured aerodynamic bodywork inspired by Zeppelin designer Paul Jaray. Featuring a rear mounted, overhead cam, air cooled V-8, this car was capable of speeds up to 100 mph. During the occupation of Czechoslovakia, it was a favorite of German officers to drive around in. This car is one of less than 250 in existence worldwide.

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