1948 Tatra T87

1948 Tatra T87

A top speed of 100 mph with modest fuel consumption and remarkable acceleration were the hallmarks of the Tatra T87. The T87 remained in production until 1950, and notables such as King Farouk of Egypt, Archbishop Beran of Prague, Czech president Klement Gottwald, and American, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist John Steinbeck each owned one. The cars were also a favorite ride of German officers during World War II. Legend persists that they were so reckless in the Tatras that the Wehrmacht Command forbade them from further use.

1948 Tatra T87

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