CZECHOSLOVAKIA: Piccolo Six, Skoda Eight

"Against American automotive competition, Europe has just begun to fight!" Thus, vehemently, cried Minister of Commerce Anton Novak last week to Czech and Slovak motorists assembled in Prague for the inauguration of the Czechoslovak Automobile Club. Today U. S.-made cars imported into the Republic total more than one-third the number of cars produced within Czechoslovakia. Against this influx Czechoslovakia is struggling Piccolo withher home-made cars, the littlePiccolo Six ($800), the Zetka Six ($1,000), Tatra Two, Four orSix (top price $1,200), Praga Eight ($8,000 to $10,000), and the Skoda Eight ($8,000), made by the notorious old Skoda munitions plant,...

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