Are you interested in vintage cars that crossed our streets in the socialist era? You can see fifty exhibits of this kind from the 50s to the 80s of the 20th century in Theresienstadt. The exhibition does not lack motorbikes, Tatra cars or cars like the Wartburg, Trabant, Lada or Moskvitsch. The majority of museum exhibits come from the automobile manufacturers of the former Eastern Bloc. But you will also find a few interesting exhibits from the West that prominent people of the time drove with. You can also see a complete series of Škoda cars from the first Felicia to MB cars ("embéčko"), R-cars ("erko") up to 105 cars and 120 cars. There are also rare exhibits to discover, e.g. B. the two-door Škoda 1000 MBX or the Škoda Rapid Cabrio, which was only manufactured in England. A feast for the eyes is offered by a flat Tatra wagon 603 and 613, which was only available to private individuals in the 1970s. Until then, these cars were only used as government cars. There is also something in the museum for fans of foreign brands: You will find models by Wartburg, Trabant, Dacia, Lada or Moskvitsch, nicknamed “Lenin's sleigh”. With the models of the brands Mercedes, Jaguar or Fiat, the cars that the celebrities have driven are represented.