Praga 1930

Piccolo (since 1928)
Alfa (since 1929)
Grand (since 1927)

Czechoslovakia

Salon October 1929
Národní listy March 1930

Polish advert for Praga vehicles assembly in Oswiecim (Poland).
At the motor show in Prague in October 1930 Praga exhibited all three current models. In addition to the elegant enhanced "Piccolo", equipped with a more powerful 22 HP four cylinder, water cooled engine, front glass "Triplex" etc. Praga introduced a completely redesigned "Alfa", equipped with a powerful 38 HP engine with four speed gearbox. Either a five-seater, or with the elongated chassis also six-seater is now offered. The biggest surprise is the polished chassis of the new type "Grand" for 1931 with an eight-cylinder engine of 80-100 HP with all the latest automotive technology. This first class luxury car and can compete with the biggest and most expensive foreign cars.
Národní listy October 1930
Národní listy 28 October 1930
Národní listy 7 December 1930
Národní listy 21 December 1930
Salon November 1930
Auto November 1930

Prague Motor Show
 

Piccolo

  wb: 2600 mm 4 cyl.
995 ccm
21 k.s.
     
  P 13 (996 cm3, 18 k.s.) - 500 szt.
P 14 (996 cm3, 18 k.s.) - 500 szt.
P 15 (996 cm3, 18 k.s.) - 500 szt.
       

  

Pestrý týden - Prague Motor Show report October 1929
Auto October 1930
Auto October 1930
 

Alfa

  wb: 2900 mm 6 cyl.
1792 ccm
36 ks
     
           

  


Praga
Pestrý týden - Prague Motor Show report October 1929
 

Grand

  wb: 3450 mm 8 cyl.
3582 ccm
70 ks
     
           

  

October 1929

Grand '29
November 1929
October 1930
November 1930
 

           
           

   

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
26-29.01.1930 Rallye Monte Carlo 2 ? 0      
Národní listy 26 April 1930
Národní listy 10 August 1930

The winner of the Rallye Vysoke Tatry; Anton Frick and his Praga Piccolo.
Národní listy 22 October 1930