With the Oldtimer Festival in Austerlitz (Slavkov u Brna) comming up, a short reminder on what to expect on the, fairly uncommon front, of eastern bloc cars. Part one about czech produced Skoda
A 2 door sedan, produces from 1959-1971, since 1961 available as well as estate car (Octavia Kombi). It had a 1089ccm 4 inline water coolded engine in the front with rear wheel drive. Since 1962 there was a Super-Octavia with a 1221ccm engine (with the same layout) for sale
Cabriolet based on the octavia. Built only between 1959-64, 1962-64 as Super Felicia with the 1221ccm engine for sale.
4 door sedan with a 1000ccm rear mounted 4 inline watercooled engine. Used sucessfully in rallyes as well as motorizing the forme CSSR in the 60s. Later with 1100ccm (1100MB) producing up to 50 HP.
Very rare, only about 1200 units built (aprox. 1400 1100MBX built with the stonger 1100ccm engine) 2 door coupe
Changes over the years
Skoda built the MB-series from 1964-1969. They can be divided by engine, air intake and front facelift.
Pre1967 front style
1967-1969 Front stye
4 door, rear engine water cooled sedan. It wa based on the Skoda 1000MB, but with front disk brakes. Produced from 1969-1977.
Very rare luxus version of the 110 (with 4 headlamps)
Rallyecar based on the 110 sedan with 1,2L engine
2 door fastback coupe, based on the Skoda 110, 1107ccm rear mounted engine, built from 1970-1982.
Rallye car based on the 110R, with a 1289 ccm engine, aluminum panals