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1963 Škoda Octavia [Typ 702]

1963 Škoda Octavia [Typ 702] in Sanitka, TV Series, 1984 IMDB Ep. 11

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: CZ

1963 Škoda Octavia [Typ 702]

[*] Background vehicle

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cl82 DE

2010-07-11 01:03

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Judging by the distinctive shape of the doors, it should be a Skoda from the 50s/60s like e.g. 440/Octavia or 445/Octavia Super.

Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-15 22:21

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Yes - Skoda 440/445 or rather Octavia. The later Octavias (since 1961 or after) had small indicators on the B-pillars. Now the question is, is there a small hole or not. :p

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cl82 DE

2010-07-15 22:36

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You can always depend on Weasel. Thanks!

Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-15 22:44

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But I'm still not able to tell which one exactly. ;) Now I see that this indicator, if wasn't some extra accesory, had to be introduced later - ca 1963.

-- Last edit: 2010-07-15 22:46:45

DynaMike NL

2010-07-15 22:51

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There was also a difference of the quarterlight frame in older and newer models, though I'm not sure when this was changed. Looks like the older version here.

Skodafan CZ

2010-07-18 23:44

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Weasel1984 wrote Yes - Skoda 440/445 or rather Octavia. The later Octavias (since 1961 or after) had small indicators on the B-pillars. Now the question is, is there a small hole or not. :p


I can see only a big hole on the door :D

Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-19 00:56

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:D What an unusual accident it had to be BTW. What it was, plane, helicopter? ;)

DynaMike wrote There was also a difference of the quarterlight frame in older and newer models, though I'm not sure when this was changed. Looks like the older version here.

I guess you mean older and newer Octavia and not difference between 440 and Octavia? Maybe someone with better knowing of the language (Slovak) will find name, which fits this color here (in the color chapter): http://spartak.szm.com/ But something tells me it is from the later period, I would list it as Octavia (on the other hand color can be completly not original).

-- Last edit: 2010-07-19 01:05:54

130rapid PL

2010-07-19 03:06

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It kooks like helicopter (or turboprop plane rather) rotor and turbine indeed, however the story was about passenger plane crash. Quite good movie job...
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IhOqsJx_AE
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3WFdTkQI-48
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7KFigiixLE

Lightly based on true accident:
http://aviation-safety.net/database/record.php?id=19751030-0

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Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-19 23:00

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Seems there wasn't any better views of the car in this scene, no? At least I didn't notice in the clips above. :/
BTW 2. You need to have real balls to drive such Skoda 1203 with high speed, especially at the brick road, like it is in one shot brrr...

-- Last edit: 2010-07-19 23:02:30

Weasel1984 PL

2013-10-03 21:47

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There seems to be the hole of the parking light in the B-pillar, this was introduced in the 1963 MY according to the period "Motor" magazine.

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