Mr Monkey went to Malé náméstí, a small square just off the Old Town Square, where there's a sort of taxi rank of Czech cars from the 1920s and 1930s for people who want a tour of Prague. Mr Monkey chose a phaeton-bodied Tatra T30, built in 1926. He was a little surprised to see that it was right hand drive, but the driver explained that until the Nazis invaded in 1938 Czechs had driven on the left. The dashboard looked a little interesting, too.
You can read about the car tour company at the 3 veteráni s. r. o. website.
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