A classic Czech Čezeta 502 scooter, shot in the Národní galerie v Praze in Prague last week.

The original design of the Čezeta is unique amongst scooters. It is unusually long for a two-wheeled vehicle at 2 metres and has a distinctive torpedo-shaped body with full length running boards and a long seat that lifted to reveal a substantial luggage compartment, using space that in most scooters is occupied by the fuel tank. This made the Čezeta ideal for two people and popular with young Czechs and their lovers. The front mudguard is fixed to the body and fully streamlined into the leg shields. The fuel tank is positioned above the front wheel, with the headlight fitted into a recess and a luggage rack on the flat top surface.

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Jacqueline Taïeb: 7 heures du matin, 1967

Glen Campbell: Guess I’m Dumb, 1965

Sly and the Family Stone: Hot Fun in the Summertime, 1969

Georgie Fame: Sitting In The Park, 1966

David McWilliams: Days of Pearly Spencer, 1967

Donovan: Hurdy Gurdy Man, 1968

Os Mutantes: Baby, 1968

Glen Campbell: Wichita Lineman, 1968

Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band: I’m Glad, 1966

Footage: The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, Robert Wiene, 1920. In itself worth your while.