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1933 Aero Type 18 (662)

Aero Type 18 (662) 1933 Czechoslovak Republic


Years of production: 1932-1934 (1934 model has new grille)
Body types: 2-door limousine (rare), cabriolet, 2 1-seater roadster, 4-seater roadster, various.
Engine: 18hp/3000rpm, 2-cyl, 2-stroke, 662cc
Bore/Stroke: 75/75 mm
Gearbox: 3 speeds rear, in block with distribution box of rear axle
90k image of 1934 Aero-662 2 1 roadsterNo differential
Electrics: Bosch, 6V
Mechanical brakes
Weight: 550 kg (1933 limousine) - 510 kg (1934 2 1-seater roadster)
Maximal speed: 80 km/h (1933 limousine), 85 km/h (1934 2 1-seater roadster)
Tyres: 4,5-18 inches
Fuel consumption: 7 L/100km (1933 limousine), 6 L/100km (1934 2 1-seater roadster)

The Aero was a Czechoslovak automobile, manufactured between 1929 and 1947 by a well-known aircraft and car-body company owned by Dr. Kabes in Praha-Vysocany. Now Aero Vodochody produces aircraft only.

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