Originally called as the ‘Tatraplan(e)’, since few design elements were taken from an aeroplane were taken (like the drag co-efficient was 0.32), the model was later renamed as “Kardaus” after designer František Kardaus who was involved with this project. But by the time the model reached its production stage in 1947, it was labelled finally as the T600 Tatraplan.
Four stalwarts were involved in its complete design - Josef Chalupa, Vladimír Popelář, František Kardaus and Hans Ledwinka. In its four years of production from 1948, over 6000 were built.
This car was the preferred model for Czechoslovak diplomats who lived abroad. Several of these were exported to Europe and distant Egypt, Morocco, Argentina and even a car each to Sudan and Pakistan.
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|Box Dimension (in inches)||6 X 3 X 3|