Every June, the east Bohemian town of Vysoké Mýto in the Czech Republic holds Sodomka’s Mýto, a tribute to local coachbuilder Sodomka, which bodied a wide range of chassis. Nationalised after WW2 and renamed Karosa, it produces Iveco buses today.
Reader Ivan Pachl attended this year’s celebration and spotted a bizarre three-wheeler, which arrived on a trailer but was subsequently driven around the town square. “The futuristic vehicle was built in 1967 as a styling exercise by apprentices of the Karosa factory,” said Pachl. “It’s powered by a two-stroke Jawa 350cc engine good for 70kph.”
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