1960 Skoda Felicia, the company started in 1925 and were still manufactured as of 2017. The Felicia was introduced in 1959, this car features a chrome grille and bumpers as well as shining fender & rocker trim. A rare right-hand drive convertible (a lot of Skoda's were left hand drive ad they were built in Europe) finished in blue and powered by an inline-four connected to the rear wheels through an automatic transmission. Additional features include independent front suspension. Steel wheels wear chrome baby moon style hubcaps with catchy slits in a circle on the outer ring of the hub cap. Classic wide-whitewall tires. The black convertible roof can be removed or stowed behind the seats. The four-place cockpit is trimmed in Tan vinyl and tan carpets line the floors. Amenities include map pockets, wind-up windows, a column shifter and a heater. The water-cooled inline-four features a single side draft aluminum carburetor and was rated around 50 horsepower. 12 volt charging system. The Felicia featured a backbone chassis with fully independent suspension featuring coil springs up front and a transverse leaf in the rear. Unassisted braking is via drums at all four corners. Beautiful condition 2 tone Blue & Creme interior. Split bench w fold forward sides and center arm rest. Split front bumper with a TR3 Triumph-ish or early Corvette looking wide mounted grille. Single big headlights with thick chrome bezels. Robin's egg blue color paint in good condition. Very straight lines and gaps. Some pitting on exterior trim, light assemblies, etc.
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