Škoda 1100 OHC

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Škoda 1100 OHC
Škoda 1101 OHC.jpg
Škoda 1100 OHC in Škoda Museum
Manufacturer AZNP
Production 1957–1960
Assembly Czechoslovakia
Body and chassis
Class Sports Car
Body style 2-door Roadster
Layout RR layout
Engine 1.1 L I4
Transmission 4-speed manual
Length 3,880 mm (152.8 in)
Width 1,430 mm (56.3 in)
Height 980 mm (38.6 in)
Predecessor Škoda Sport
Successor Škoda 1100 GT

The Škoda 1100 OHC (type 968) is a two-seat sports car, derived from the Škoda 1101 "Tudor" and considered the successor to the Škoda Sport. It came out in 1957 and had a plastic or aluminium body.

The water-cooled four-cylinder four-stroke engine had double overhead camshafts, a displacement of 1089 cc and a power output of 67.6 kW (92 hp). As the car only weighed 550 kg the car could reach speeds of 190 km / h. The body was of semi-monocoque construction with an additional frame of thin-walled tubes. Only five cars were built, three spiders with a plastic body, and two coupes with an aluminium body.