Wikov is a Czechoslovakia based firm that has been manufacturing agricultural equipment since 1918.
Somewhere in the early part of the 1930’s one of her founders Frantisek Kovářik decided to diversify into manufacturing cars. The development of Type 35 car was an improvement over the Type 28 with a 4 cylinder 1743 cc engine. The engine power was transferred to the rear axle through a 3-speed gear that gave a top speed of almost 100 km/hr, though it weighed over 1 ton.
Her special aerodynamic design with a tapered front was the first streamlined car in Czechoslovakia and also one of the first in the world. Because of her shape, the car was labeled Kapka which means ‘teardrop’ in Czech language.
After making just 3 vehicles the firm decided to stop producing this model as it was not profitable given its cost.
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|- Material: RESIN|
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|- Non-opening bonnet, boot and doors|
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|Box Dimension (in inches)||7 x 3 x 3|