Czechoslovakia or Yugoslavia don’t exist anymore, but this bus still carries passengers, even though it has run into its ninth decade. It has survived World War II. One of the first buses in the region was produced in Rakovica after IMR bought a license from the Czechoslovakian company Prague in 1938. At the time, production in Czechoslovakia was largely suspended due to German occupation. Today, this is the only copy that is in running order (not taking the second one, which is in the Czech Automobile Museum), it’s won the first place at the 2005 Old Vehicles Exhibition in Bratislava.
The bus is powered by the simplest six-cylinder petrol engine located in the front of the vehicle, with a displacement of 3,600 cubic meters and 70 horsepower. Therefore, it can reach a maximum speed of 55 kilometers per hour. It is made mostly of metal, while the roof is made of wood. “Montevideo” movie crew has had unforgettable moments in it, and we believe you will too if you decide to make this classic vehicle your choice for the prom, bachelor or bachelorette party.