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In the early seventies were the streets in Czechoslovakia full of classic cars in their twilight years. Private cars from various origins were kept on the road until their last breath. In the thirties, for example, Czechoslovakia was an industrialized country with an innovative automobile industry. Many of these pre-war cars were still on the road when our photographers visited the country that still laid behind the Iron Curtain. Also a lot of German cars left over by the Wehrmacht, American cars and of course vehicles from 'friendly' Russia were subject of our photos. Hundreds of photos of those cars are gathered in the two volumes of POZOR! (Czech for Beware!), many also in colour. Often pictured in splendid settings, such as the classical city of Prague, they form an unique document from the seventies of the last century.