In the early seventies the authors (professional photographers) visited Czechoslovakia in search of classic cars in their twilight years. What they found on the streets of Prague and other cities was forty years of automotive history. Private cars of various origins were kept on the road until their last breath. In the thirties Czechoslovakia was an industrialized country with an innovative automobile industry. Many of these prewar cars were still to be found on the streets in the nineteen seventies.
In addition to the Czech cars many examples of other European, Russian and even American cars were seen.
Hard cover, Over 125 high quality photos in sepia tones.