Aero model 500/10 HP belongs to sports roadster / converible class. Represents the “S (sport cars)” market segment. The car was offered with roadster body shapes between the years 1929 and 1932.
Cars were equipped with engines of 499 cc (30.5 cui) displacement, delivering 7.4 kW (10 PS, 10 hp) of power.
Aero 30 automobiles were manufactured in Czechoslovakia from 1934 until 1947 when the automobile industry in that country was nationalized. When founded in 1925, Aero mainly produced airplanes. The first true car, the “10,” was produced in 1929 but it was the Aero 30 that made the biggest impression.
The Tatra 87 was a car built by Czechoslovak manufacturer Tatra based in Kopřivnice town. It was powered by a rear-mounted 2,9 litre air cooled 90 degree overhead cam V8 engine that produced 85 horsepower and could drive the car at nearly 100 mph (160 km/h). Therefore it is ranked among the fastest production cars of its times.
Aero 50 was produced in Prague – Vršovice between the years 1936 to 1942. The 35 kW engine could make the car run up to 130 km/h. The history of the car which was renovated in our company dates back to 1940 when was used by the Gestapo in the second largest city in the Czech Republic – Brno.
The Buick Master Six was an automobile built by Buick from 1925 to 1928. Before then,
Buick was using the six-cylinder 242 engine in their high-end cars and a four-cylinder engine
in their smaller, less-expensive cars, but for 1925, they dropped the four-cylinder engine and
designed a small six, which they called the Standard 6, to replace that end of the market. They
coined the name Master Six for the high-end cars, now powered by the 255 engine released
the year before.