AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XVI on Alphabet beginning with S till T

AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XVI on Alphabet beginning with S till T

Modellauto Cadillac S&S Landau Hearse (1:18, Precision Miniatures)

 S&S Sayers & Scovill Ambulances & Hearses

SAAB Ambulances and Hearses



SEAT Ambulancias + Coches Funebres

EBRO Siata 12 Ambulancia

All sorts of SIATA’s

Siebert Ohio build Ambulances, Limousines and Hearses

Singapore Style Hearse


Škoda Ambulances and Hearses mostly build by carrosserie Sodomka

  Cadillac, Packard and Buick Ambulances gebouwd door carrosseriebedrijf Smit in Joure Friesland NL

SPYKER Ambulances since 1908 till 1920


Ssangyong Ambulances

1925 Stevens Hearse Vehicle

Steyr Ambulanze – Pinzgauer – Puch – FIAT – Daimler

Studebaker Ambulances and Hearses

some of them  with Coachwork by Bender Body Company of Cleveland

SUBARU Ambulances and Hearses

SUZUKI Ambulances

That was the Last S I Think, lets go to the T

AERO Automobile Praha-Vysocany Czechoslovak Republic 1929-1951

Aero (automobile)

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Aero logo of Harald H Linz
Production 1929-1947
Assembly Czechoslovak Republic

The Aero was a Czechoslovak automobile, manufactured between 1929 and 1947 by a well-known aircraft and car-body company owned by Dr. Kabes in Praha-Vysocany. Now Aero Vodochody produces aircraft only.

Aero 500

1929 Aero 500 cyclecar 1929-33 AERO 500 cycle car a 1929-33 AERO 500 cycle car

The original model, the Aero Type 500 cyclecar, had a 499 cc single-cylinder two-stroke engine with water cooling. Drive was to the rear axle through a 3-speed gearbox to a back axle without differential. Body styles were a roadster, cabriolet and coupé all with two seats in the front and one in the rear. About 1500 were made.

Aero 662

1931 Aero 662 Cabrio

 Aero 662

The next model in 1932, the Type 20, was a 660 cc vertical twin with, among other improvements, four-wheel brakes. The most common body was a two-door three-seat roadster, but four-door saloons were also made using steel-covered timber-framed coachwork. A 999 cc 26 bhp engine was available from 1932.

Aero 750

1946 Aero P 750 Pony

  • Aero P 750 Pony, of 1946, version for prototype
  • 2-door roadster body type
  • RWD (rear-wheel drive), manual 4-speed gearbox
  • mixture petrol (gasoline) with oil engine with displacement: 745 cm3 / 45.5 cui, advertised power: 15.5 kW / 21 hp / 21 PS ( brake ), Torque net: Nm / lb-ft
  • characteristic dimensions: outside length: 3720 mm / 146.5 in, wheelbase: 2300 mm / 90.6 in
  • reference weights: base curb weight: 590 kg / 1301 lbs
  • how fast is this car ? top speed: 105 km/h (65 mph) (declared by factory);
  • accelerations: 0- 60 mph s; 0- 100 km/h s (a-c simulation); 1/4 mile drag time (402 m) s (a-c simulation)
  • fuel consumption and mileage:

Aero 1000

AERO 1000

1934 Aero 1000

Tschechoslowakei, Baujahr 1934

1934 Aero 1000 s coupe

1934 Aero 1000 s coupe

Ein Hecht der Landstraße

Aufgrund seines enormen Beschleunigungsvermögens wurde der Aero 1000 damals als „Hecht der Landstraße“ bezeichnet. Die Firma Aero wurde im Jahre 1919 in Prag-Holesovice gegründet. Zunächst wurden Flugzeuge produziert, ab dem Jahre 1929 dann auch Automobile in den verschiedensten Versionen. Man begann mit 500 ccm und 10 PS und steigerte sich stetig bis zum Aero 1000. Bis zum Jahre 1934 wurden ca. 4.000 Fahrzeuge gebaut und auch verkauft. Aber nicht nur an einer Leistungssteigerung wurde gearbeitet, sondern Modifi kationen gab es auch beim Fahrgestell und der Karosserie. So kam unter anderem eine neue, elegante Kühlermaske zum Einsatz. 67 Auch im Motorsport war das Modell vertreten. So gelang es einem Aero 1000-Piloten bei der Rallye Monte Carlo den dritten Platz in seiner Klasse zu belegen.

Hubraum: 998 ccm
Leistung: 24 PS, 2 Zylinder
Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 85 km/h

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Aero 1000 SS

1934 Aero 30 Roadster bicolor r

Aero 30

Aero 30, было выпущено 3.000-штук

1934 Aero 30 Roadster bicolor vr

 1930-1940 г., Aero 30

In 1934 the Type 30 was announced with a 998 cc 26 bhp twin-cylinder engine, front-wheel drive and all independent suspension. The car could reach 65 mph (105 km/h). About 3000 were made before the

Aero 50

Аэро – 50, выпускалась с 1936 по 1947 год,

Aero 50 59Aero 50 Dynamik II

 1945-1947 г., Aero 50 Dynamik (Sodomka’s bodywork)

The last model, the Type 50, also front-wheel-drive, had a 1997 cc four-cylinder 50 PS (37 kW two-stroke engine with alloy cylinder head and was capable of reaching 78 mph (125 km/h).

After the war the company made the Type 30 until 1947. About 500 were produced with 200 going to France and 100 to Belgium. Design work had been done on a new post war range which would have had hydraulic brakes and four-speed gearboxes, but they did not go into production. Aero disappeared when the Czechoslovak motor industry was nationalised.

Racing cars

1927 Aero Monoposto

 racing car Aero Monoposto (1927)

Many famous drivers won many events in Aero cars including a third in category on the 1934 Monte Carlo Rally.