Dieselpunk + Steampunk Culture

This car was built in 1922. I repeat: in Nineteen-Twenty-Two.

The body was designed by Paul Jaray, a former Zeppelin Luftschiffbau employee who is often called 'The Father of Streamline'. Introduction of aviation principles and technologies to car industry was not easy, but things that looked futuristic in the 20s became common in the mid-30s. Revolutionary Tatra 77, streamlined German Wanderers and Auto-Unions, pre-war Austrian Steyr cars - they all owe much to Jaray's designs.

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