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Aero

AERO Prague (Czechoslovakia) 1929-1947

Aero started production of a cyclecar, the Aero Type 500 in 1929. The 1937 Aero 30 shown here was really quite good-looking, particularly as a cabriolet. All Aeros were fitted with 2-stroke engines, the 30 with a 2-cylinder 998 cc unit. Production was restarted after the war, but only lasted until 1947.

 

 

Skoda Favorit

Skoda Favorit

1989 Skoda Favorit

1989 Skoda Favorit

Skoda Felicia

Skoda Felicia

The Felicia was the replacement for the 450

 

Skoda Felicia Coupé

Skoda Felicia Coupé

1998 Skoda Felicia

1998 Skoda Felicia

Skoda Octavia 1959-1964

Skoda Octavia 1959-1964

According to a 1959 factory press release, the Octavia was based mechanically on the 440. "It gains admiration at the first glance, due to its classical, purposeful elegance, that has nothing in common with the different extravagances of fashion, that try to attract attention at all costs." Remember: this is about the time the Mini was introduced!

Skoda Octavia

1959 Skoda Octavia

 

 

Skoda 1000 MB 1964-1969

Skoda 1000 MB 1964-1969

The 1000 MB (Mlada Boleslav) was introduced in 1964.

1968 Skoda 1000 MB

1968 Skoda 1000 MB

Skoda 1000 MB

Skoda 1000 MB

Skoda 1000 MB

Skoda 1000 MB

 

Skoda 440/445 (1955-1959)

Skoda 440 / 445 1955-1959

Skoda 440

1958 Skoda 440

1958 Skoda 440

1958 Skoda 440

 

1958 Skoda 445

1958 Skoda 445

1958 Skoda 450

1958 Skoda 450

Skoda 1200 (1952-1958)

Skoda 1200 1952-1958

Skoda 1200

Skoda 1200

1952 Skoda 1200

1952 Skoda 1200

The 1201 had a 4 cylinder 1221 cc engine that produced 45 hp (1958 specs).

 

1958 Skoda 1201

1958 Skoda 1201

Skoda

Skoda (CZ)

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Skoda Museum, Mlada Boleslav

Skoda Museum, Mlada Boleslav

The factory museum is home to a fine collection of Skodas.

Skoda 1101

Skoda 1101

Skoda 1201

Skoda 1201
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