It may no longer technically exist, but Czechoslovakia was always known for industrial design. Here’s one of that country’s most elegant products, residing now, with many of its compatriots, in that eclectic automotive wonderland we call the Lane Motor Museum.
Ladies and gentlemen, the 1950 Tatra T600 Tatraplan.
(OK, camera geeks. As you may have figured out, there’s a Fuji X100T fixed prime lens compact in my life. I got it for street and walkaround, but it turns out to be great for high ISO museum shots too. f/4, 1/40, -.33 EV, ISO 1600.)