1934 Aero 30 Roadster

1934 Aero 30 Roadster

As its name suggests, the Czechoslovakian firm of Aero had its origins in the aircraft manufacturing industry. The Aero Type 30 which was introduced in 1934 would prove to be an even greater success for the Czech manufacturer. Powered by a further developed (28bhp) version of the 998cc, water-cooled, two-stroke twin, the Aero 30 boasted a platform chassis, front-wheel drive, a three-speed gearbox, all-independent suspension, mechanical brakes and friction dampers, and had a top speed of around 105km/h (65mph). Approximately 5,000 were produced between 1934 and 1938.

1934 Aero 30 Roadster

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