Technique of Czechia

Aero L-159 ALCA (Advanced Light Combat Aircraft) is a multi-role combat aircraft built in Czechia. It is in service with the Czech Air Force. It is derived from the Aero L-59 Super Albatros.
CZ 500 from 1939, Czechia
Legendary record player Tesla NC 470 (exported as NAD 5120 and Lenco L-802) - from 1985-87, Czechia
Tatra JK 2500, a prototype. Only one piece of this car was made in 1956. Never came to production
Famous Tatra T3R tram (1962), type T3R.P. It is used still today in many European countries - Czechia
Zlín Z-50 version LX of Czech aerobatic team Red Bulls. Multiple World Cup champion aircraft from Czechia
Zlín 50 built by the Czech company Zlín Aircraft. Qquintuple winner of World Aerobatic Championships Czechia
1934 model Tatra Type 77 from Czechia
Tatra model T97 (1938), Czechia
1938 model Tatra, amazing cars from Czechia
1937 Model Tatra T87 - Czechia
Tatra T600 Tatraplan (1950) Czechia
MTX Tatra V8 1991 Czechia
Škoda Electra 03 (Made in Czechia) in Cagliari, Italy
Aero L-59 Super Albatros - Czechia
The Aero L-59 Super Albatros in the service of U.S.Air Forces - Czechia
U.S."Heavy Metal Team" on Czech L-59 Super- Albatros jets - Czechia
Škoda-1101-Sport, AZNP Mladá Boleslav (1949), Czechia
Tatra Phoenix Euro 6 from Kopřivnice (North Moravia), Czechia
Multiple World champion Ivan Mauger's golden JAWA speedway bike from Divišov (Central Bohemia), Czechia
Škoda Superb Czechia
Locomotive Škoda 477.060 „Papoušek“ (The Parrot) Czechia
ZB vz.26 - Czech light machine gun developed in the 1920s, which went on to enter service with several countries. It saw its major use during World War II, and spawned the related versions 27, 30, & 33. It influenced many other light machine gun designs including the Bren machine gun and the Type 96 Light Machine Gun. It is famous for its reliability, simple components, quick-change barrel and ease of manufacturing. In the Czechoslovak army the gun was marked as the LK vz. 26. Czechia
Aero Cabriolet (1938) Czechia
KP-2U Skyleader (Kappa 77 KP-2U Sova), two-seat civil utility aircraft designed in Czechia. It is a conventional low-wing monoplane featuring all-metal construction and tricycle undercarriage.
Škoda Felicia 1960 Czechia
Wikov 40 (1934) Czechia
Škoda Fabia R5 Czechia
Škoda LIAZ Xena 400 Czechia
Tatra 603 - Czechia
VERA passive radiolocator (in Czech known as Věra) is an electronic support measures (ESM) system that uses measurements of time difference of arrival (TDOA) of pulses at three or four sites to accurately detect and track airborne emitters. Czechia
TAMARA passive sensor Czechia
Tram Škoda 26T Czechia
Škoda 14T Czechia
2003 Tatra Grafit - 325 km/h Czechia
Czech tank from 1935 - Lehký tank vzor 35 (Light Tank Model 35), but was commonly referred to as the LT vz. 35 or LT-35. Czechia
Avia B-534 - Czech biplane fighter produced during interwar period - Czechia
CZ 250 Radial Head 1973 Czechia
Škoda Š 109E (2008) Czechia
Let L-410 Turbolet - Czech twin-engine short-range transport aircraft, manufactured by the Czech aircraft manufacturer LET, mostly used for passenger transport. Since 1969, more than 1,100 airframes have been produced.
Tram Škoda ForCity Classic Czechia
Tram Škoda ForCity Plus Czechia
Aero L-39 Albatros is a high-performance jet aircraft developed in Czechia
LIAZ 1987 - the winner of Dakar rallye in category of series cars Czechia
Jawa 750 from 1935 in National Technical Museum, Prague, Czechia
Aero L-29 Delfin Czechia
Praga Baby Roadster 1936 Czechia
Škoda Octavia RS Combi Czechia
Škoda 475.1 locomotive (1947), called "Noblewoman", Czechia
Let L-13 Blaník glider Czechia
....and another dream of Škoda - Made in Czechia
Tatra 111 (produced 1942–1962) - Czechia
Locomotive 310.0 Kafemlejnek, produced by the First Bohemian-Moravian machine factory in Prague - Czechia
Walter Super 6 1930 - Czechia
Škoda Tudor and Škoda Electra prototypes - Czechia
Evektor EV-55 Outback - Czechia

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