1978 Škoda 120 P




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QA JFK

2016-02-06 21:28
fck wrote


I don't think so, I can't remind any light front-engined fwd car which won't go straight every time you try to turn on slippery ground. :P

BTW. Do you know why it won't went into serial production?

Damn, the traditional thought of rear wheel drive in Skoda 120 is too strong. Silly me, my brain goes "It is rear wheel drive!" every time when I dont force myself to look at the data + there were multiple fairly similar variats made, for instance front engine, rear wheel drive, transaxle transmission.
As always, insuccifient amount of money.

-- Last edit: 2016-02-06 21:34:15


PL fck

2016-02-06 21:23
JFK wrote

If they were making this, you would need cement in back though...


I don't think so, I can't remind any light front-engined fwd car which won't go straight every time you try to turn on slippery ground. :P

BTW. Do you know why it won't went into serial production?


QA JFK

2016-02-06 21:09
fck wrote


Too bad it just a prototype. Driving a 742 in winter without packing cement bags to the front sounds like blessing.

If they were making this, you would need cement in back though...


PL fck

2016-02-06 21:03
JFK wrote

Yes - front engine, front wheel drive.


Too bad it just a prototype. Driving a 742 in winter without packing cement bags to the front sounds like blessing.


QA JFK

2016-02-06 20:56
fck wrote
Did I see correctly that it has front-placed engine?

Yes - front engine, front wheel drive.


PL fck

2016-02-06 20:27
Did I see correctly that it has front-placed engine?


QA JFK

2015-09-11 14:58
Two years older than its Slovakian counterpart BAZ 742 PP. I doubt that you can see rear badging, but it actually says koda 120 L. But L model had single headlights, so it cant be L (GLS had chromed things around double headlights). This car is pretty much mashup.

-- Last edit: 2015-09-11 16:31:47

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