Talk:Ti Frojta Motorverki
i am excited to read this article!!! excellent work! have you used the history of Tatra Koprivnice/Nesselsdorf? they have built the first car "without horses" in 1897.
still small doubts, me thinks the correct name for the factory would be "Ti Frojta Motorverki", Frojta = of Frojt. anyway, goood job. Jan II. 23:57, 18 October 2007 (PDT)
I'm really glad to find such positive opinions about my articles! :)
Indeed, Tatra (one of my favourite car brands) was definetelly a great inspiration for this article. But not only: I also was inspired by VW and BMW (1950's period).
About the factory name, I'm not a bohemian language speaker and not even a german speaker. So, there must be lots of mistakes about bohemian words in this article. As you are the father of Pemis Sprochna, could you correct the possible mistakes? And by the way, how can I change the article's title in order to correct it?--Pedromoderno 05:57, 19 October 2007 (PDT)
Oh! Sorry. You already corrected the article. Thanks a lot! On recent changes page they appear from last to first, so I didn't noticed right away that you made the corrections.--Pedromoderno 06:08, 19 October 2007 (PDT)
Does Volkswagen *there* also produce the Beetle? (Which, mind you, was heavily influenced by Tatra cars). Or does it simply produce the Egg Car/New Egg Car under license? Juan Martin Velez Linares 11:53, 06 September 2015
I believe VW Beetle might also exist *there*. At least Volkswagen also exists in IB so as Porsche, but without Hitler as a politician (*there* he was quite a different person) and without Nazism guess history of these two brands might be quite different either. Guess is just waiting for someone to write it. The Beetle so as others might had played quite a role in rebirth of European automotive industry after the Great Wars. Beside the Egg Car (which *here* is basically a slightly facelifted version of that little cute thing called BMW Isetta) others competing in that reconstruction during the 1950's as mass sellers might be the VW Beetle, the Morris Minor (possibly made by English Leyland owned by some Greek expat who might be called Alexis Issigonis) and the Citroën 2CV.--Pedromoderno 17:20, 6 September 2015 (PDT)
Name of BMW
VEB Autowerke Bayerische Motorenwerke? Seems to me quite redundant. And it should be Automobilwerk anyways. Perhaps better name could be (by *here*’s GDR model) VEB Bayerische Automobilwerke München, or something like that.
Also, perhaps the remaining references to VEB NSU on the IB wiki should be changed to references to VEB BMW, as the NSU being Bavarian makes little sense – at least *here*, letters NSU stand for city Neckarsulm, and that’s actually in Baden even *there* I think. Though I don’t know if it isn’t too much of a violation of QSS. Paweł Ciupak 07:13, 19 January 2017 (PST)