GAZ-19

GAZ-19

Experimental car based on GAZ-69. It was designed mainly for servicing post offices. But it never went into mass production. This car had 2 wheel drive.Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:

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PAZ-671A

PAZ-671A

This is an experimental bus based on GAZ-51 truck. Its similar to PAZ-651 bus but was designend for more remote areas. It has some detail also from GAZ-53, most importantly 120hp V8 engine. It also has longer wheelbase (3600 mm), ...

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PAZ-657

PAZ-657

Produced in 1954-1958. During that time 3649 units were produced. This truck is based on GAZ-51 and is designed specially for bread delivery („Хлеб” means bread in russian).Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:

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PAZ-651

PAZ-651

Produced 1950-1971. This 20-seat bus is based on GAZ-51 truck. In 1961 it this bus received some modifications and was named to PAZ-651A. Production of this bus was in PAZ and in KAvZ factory so sometimes its referred as KAvZ-651. ...

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MAZ-514

MAZ-514

This ise 6×4 modification of MAZ-500 and furst trucks were made in 1965. But in 1969 it was abandoned because its 6 cylinder JaMZ-236 engine was underpowered (at the time they didn’t have better engine available) also the suspension of ...

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ZIL-E167

zil-e167-3

This truck was designed in the begin­ning of 1960’s. It was designed to with­stand dif­fic­tult con­di­tions in Siberia, Urals and far east and north­ern ter­ri­to­ries of Soviet Union. Its also able to cross water and its able to con­trol its ...

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Ukraina-67

Ukraina-67

Produced 1967 but only as a prototype. It has futuristic design, comfortable seats (37), kind of luxury bus. Wheels 4×2 Engine (ZIL-375) For­mula  V8 gaso­line Power 180 hp @ 3200 rpm Dis­place­ment 7,0 liters Com­pres­sion ratio 6,5:1 Gearbox 5+1 speeds ...

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LAZ-360

LAZ-360EM

This is an interesting experimental model built in 1970. Eningeers wanted to make a bus with low floor – 360 mm. First prototyp had 4 axles. First two axles steer and rear two axles drive. Because the bus floor was ...

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