Škoda 742 – a compact family car produced under the brand Czechoslovak Škoda Auto in 1976-1990. Replaced the models 100/110. To drive used R4 OHV gasoline engine mounted behind the rear axle of the vehicle. The drive was transferred to the rear axle. Successor was przednionapÄ™dowy Favorit model.
Škoda 105 – passenger car model that was produced by Czechoslovakian company Škoda Mladá Boleslav in the years 1976-1988.
Škoda 105 was a poorer version of the Škoda 120, distinguished primarily a weaker engine and the modest finish. She has performed in three basic trim levels: the base S and the luxury L and GL. Interest is the fact that the basic model 105S had to skip windows in the rear doors, although this time they were standard on cars in version 4 – and 5 – door.
In August 1981 version of outfitting L round headlights were replaced by rectangular. They were assembled until the next upgrade body in July 1983.
In 1982 saw the release of SP, which is usable version of the 105 S without the rear seats. This model was only available in Czechoslovakia, where he was very popular among the providers and entrepreneurs.
In 1983, models 105 and 120 underwent a thorough modernization. To a large extent changed the front and rear of the vehicle, fitted with new headlights and rear light clusters, and also changed the wheelbase, which translates into better handling cars Škoda. Due to the changes in body length of the car increased to 4200 mm.
Models 105 and 120 manufactured after 1983 can be easily distinguished by the appearance of the headlamps. Rectangular, somewhat "hidden" in the grille lights were only on models 105 Skoda 120 and 130 have the headlights "trapezoid", even with the front grille.
A total of 840 561 copies of the Škoda 105 in a variety of trim levels.
105 born in 1977
Škoda 105 S produced until 1983
Škoda 105 L (version with rectangular headlights from the period August 1981 – July 1983)
Front recent vintages production
Back strap first rocznikÄ‚Å‚w
Back strap version L, 1982
Back strap version of the years 1984-1986
The dashboard 105 L of 1982
Škoda 120 (type 742) – a model of a passenger car that was produced by the Czechoslovak company in the Škoda Mladá Boleslav from 1976 to 1990.
The car had a very interesting design. The engine was placed behind, in front of the cooler. Because of this arrangement of cooling system components and the need for supplying fluid to the radiator and the cooling heating system the entire length of the vehicle, the cooling system volume was 11.5 L. The vehicle was equipped with two racks – front and smaller for the rear, uchylanymi seats. The relatively low-speed, the engine had carburetors aluminum hull with wet, cast-iron liners and cast-iron head (2 valves per cylinder). Because of the design of the engine and the exhaust system during operation Skoda seemed very distinctive sound. The vehicle had independent suspension on all wheels. Light front (motor, battery and fuel tank are at the rear) misconduct caused the vehicle.
The basic model 120 was produced from April 1978 to July 1983. Longest produced, since August 1976, varieties of Škoda 120 was trim models L (until 1990), and luxury LS and GLS (until 1987). In October 1982, she appeared LE economic version. Flexion LX models had the same engines as 120 LS, but had a 5-speed gearbox and rear suspension of the Škoda 130 The limited edition GL equipment used Rapid upholstery model.
In 1983, models 105 and 120 have undergone modernization. Completely changed the front and rear part of the vehicle, fitted with new headlights and rear light clusters. Due to the changes in body length of the car increased to 4200 mm. In 1985 in Finland appeared limited edition Skoda 120 – LSX version. In 1988, for the basic model 120 L you had to pay 65 630 KÄs.
A total of 1 070 693 copies of the Škoda 120 in a variety of trim levels.
At the turn of the 70s and 80s of the twentieth century adapted to participate in rallies Skoda 120 successfully competed in many European rallies Czech drivers. Among them was, inter alia, JiÅ™í Sejk on the upgraded Škoda 120 L named – Dakos. British importer of Škoda since October 1979 years also offered an economic version of the LSE Skoda Estelle (so called because the models 105/120/130 in the UK), it was created based on the LS and available only in the UK market.
120L rocznik 1985
120LS rocznik 1984
Škoda 120 L – car looks to 1983
Škoda 120 LS – the original look of the car
The last appearance of the Škoda 120 L (after 1983 years)
Skoda 120 L
Skoda 120 L z lat 1984 – 1985
Škoda 125 – passenger car model that was produced by the Czechoslovak company in the Škoda Mladá Boleslav from 1988 to 1990.
Škoda 125 was available in only one variant, – L. The car was a modernized version of the Škoda 120 L. The only differences are:
During the short period of production produced 50 041 copies of the Škoda 125 L.
Škoda 130 – passenger car model that was produced by the Czechoslovak company in Mladá Boleslav Škoda from 1984 to 1988.
Škoda 130 went into production in August 1984 as a modernized version of the models 105 and 120, where production continued until 1990. She had a modified engine with a capacity of 1289cc and a power of 58hp (engine type Š 781.13). Škoda 130 was available in two trim levels: L and GL (742 types) corresponding in terms of standard interior models 120 LS and 120 GLS. On the basis of the model 130 also created door coupé sports Škoda 130 Rapid.
In the years 1984 – 1988 produced a racing car Škoda 130 LR (type 745). Prepared by about 200 units of this model. He took part in the World Rally Championship in the years 1985-1986 starting in Group B.
In 1989 he created the prototype of sport vehicle coda link 130 R was assembled only a few copies, participated in y are m.in strength>-piece 24-hour page> race.
130 year 1984
Skoda 130 – 1984 rocznik
Skoda 130 – 1989 rocznik
Rally Škoda 130 LR
Škoda 135 – passenger car model that was produced by the Czechoslovak company in Mladá Boleslav Škoda from 1988 to 1990.
Mounted in "135" 58-hp engine © 781135 were then used in the construction of the Škoda Favorit 135
In 1989, put into production GLi model 135 equipped with a motor with a single point fuel injection under 56 hp.
Total produced 1,020 copies of this vehicle.
Škoda 136 – passenger car model that was produced by the Czechoslovak company in Mladá Boleslav Škoda from 1987 to 1990.
Mounted in "136" 63-hp engine © 781136 were then used in the construction of the Škoda Favorit 136
Total produced 1,631 copies of this vehicle.