OUR CARS

Škoda 120 / ZELDA


More things missing - more authenitc drive

Škoda 120 has a rear-engine (just like Porsche concept), a rear-wheel drive small family car that was produced by Czechoslovakian car manufacturer AZNP in 1979. In green colour. Engine sizes is 1.2 litre with a 4-speed gearbox, an independent suspension, a big steering wheel, built-in ashtrays at the back seats, a classy black interiour and an excellent view - all inclusive. An interesting feature in Skoda 120 is the side-hinged bonnet, with opening similar to a grand-piano.

But there is few importatnt things missing: air-condition, wind-down rear windows, headrests, a five-speed transmission and seat-belts for passengers on rear seats.

Škoda 120 1979

Škoda 105L / BONNIE


Less power - more authentic

Škoda 105L is a rear-engine (just like Porsche concept), a rear-wheel drive small family car that was produced by Czechoslovakian car manufacturer AZNP and bought in TUZEX in 1985. In light blue colour. Engine size is 1.05 litre with a 4-speed gearbox, an independent suspension, a comfy steering wheel, wind-down rear windows, built-in ashtrays in the back seats, a modern black interior and an excellent view - all inclusive. An interesting feature in Skoda 105 is the side-hinged bonnet, which opening similar to a grand-piano.

But there is few importatnt things missing: air-condition, headrests, a five-speed transmission and seat-belts for passengers on rear seats.

MADE IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Skoda 500


Škoda Auto, more commonly known as Škoda, is a manufacturer founded in 1895 as Laurin & Klement. In 1925 Laurin & Klement was acquired by Škoda Works which itself became state owned during the communist regime. After 1991 it was gradually privatized and in 2000 Škoda became a wholly owned subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. 

TATRA


Tatra  is the third oldest company producing cars and has an unbroken history after Daimler andPeugeot. The company was founded in 1850. In 1897 Tatra produced the first motor car in central Europe, the Präsident automobile. Production of passenger cars ceased in 1999, but the company still produces a range of primarily all-wheel-drive trucks, from 4×4 to 18x18.

TAZ 500


TAZ was an automobile manufacturer in Slovakia, that produced cars between 1973 and 1999. When the company folded the manufacturing rights to the van TAZ 1500 (earlier Škoda 1203), it was bought by Ocelot Auto. Before the production of the van, TAZ was a producer of automobile-parts and home appliances manufacturer.

Velorex 500


Velorex was originally a three-wheeled vehicle with tubular frame coated with leatherette (only homologated vehicle with canvas body in the world). Its engineers are brothers Francis and Mojmir Stransky. Velorex was originally produced as a small series production, and later after the nationalization as a rover for the disabled.