Last week I asked what European car was so popular, the additional production was done by its competitor in that country? Think split rear windows and a fin. It was, of course, Tatra with the Tatraplan, where the production was farmed out to Skoda, the other Czechoslovakian manufacturer.
So to this week. What car had a seven liter straight eight, four valves per cylinder and twin overhead cams, and was sold in 1928?
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