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The Trabant is an icon of Eastern Europe. Produced in the fifties, the cars are comedy gold. They are made from lightweight Duroplast – resin reinforced with cotton or wool – and fitted with a poor two-stroke engine, with a gear stick built into the dashboard. They are also known to breakdown fairly often – though they are easily repaired, unlike you if you happen to be in one at the time… So, what better way to get the stag from A to B, on his last night of freedom?
You and the rest of your group will relax in the comfy coach airport transfer, taking in the scenic views of Budapest and the buzzing city centre, whilst the main man is ferried to his accommodation in a car that may fall apart at any given time. There'll even be an English-speaking guide to explain the situation, and put him in the car if he refuses. Genius.
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