Aero 1946 

30 (2cyl, 2suw, 999 cm³, 30 KM) - wznowienie 


Aero


Minor

 

The automobile Jawa Minor II was prepared during the war. It was presented in public by autumn in 1945. Production started in 1946. The engine - two stroke, two cylinder liquid cooled with engine capacity 615 cm³, capacity 14,7 W (20 PS) at 3500 revolutions per minute, compression ratio 6:1. The engine drived on front wheels by the front axle. Jawa Minor was equipmented by carburetor brand mark Solex 30 AHR, electric starter, magneto-battery ignition, single plate dry clutch and four-speed overdrive transmission. The front wheels was suspended by springs with hydraulic telescopic shock absorber, behind with lever shock absorber. Furthermore the car had hydraulic brakes and rack-and-pinion steering. Engine fuel - gasoline, mixing rate 30:1. Lenght 4000 mm, height 1485 mm and terrain clearance 175 mm. The wheels was equipmented by tires 4.75 (5.00) - 16. Curb mass 690 kg, maximum speed 90 km/hour, fuel consumption 7,5 - 8,5 liters per 100 km. Four seater car with streamlined body, Coupé in low-end vehicle.
The new type was put to fabrication in 1946. New car, for the present designated Jawa Minor II, took over new floated Air Factory (national enterprise), associating pre-war auto factories Aero, Praga, Walter and others. In the those days was changed car type designation to Aero Minor. Its motorcar chassis was manufactured in the factory Walter in Jinonice, automobile body in factory Rudý Letov in Letňany, which also completed the cars.