A unique vehicle very rarely seen in Australia, this pretty Skoda Felicia finished in aqua blue will stand out in any collection or crowd.
The Skoda Felicia was produced by the AZNP as a two-door convertible replacing the Skoda 450 from 1959 to 1964. The styling was similar to the contemporary Skoda Octavia of the time and was able to accommodate 5 persons under its folding fabric roof with optional plastic hardtop. A total of 14,863 Felicia’s was produced.
This Skoda Felicia was fully restored by the Gosford Museum before it was tragically shut down in 2020. It is presented beautifully in aqua blue paintwork that accentuates the Skoda’s unique body lines. The black vinyl interior remains faithful to what the vehicle originally came out as with a simple and elegant design. Under the hood is a 1089cc 4 cylinder engine producing around 50hp mated to a 4 speed manual transmission which can propel the Skoda up to 130km/h. Many of the fine interesting details have been retained with the vehicle such as the pull up blind that covers the radiator to warm the engine to the unique door handles made of aluminium.
This is a great opportunity to get behind the wheel of an Eastern Bloc vehicle rarely seen in Australia.
Walk Around Video (Coming Soon)
1961 Skoda Felicia
Engine: 1089cc inline 4 - 4 speed manual
Engine No: 501606
WALKAROUND VIDEO (Coming Soon)