GAZ-12 “ZIM”

GAZ-12 “ZIM”

  Produced 1950-1959 (First prototype was already built in 1948). Total 21 527 units were produced. Three copies of convertible GAZ-12 were built for the government elite. Also ambulance was built and it was named GAZ-12B Wheels 4×2 Engine (GAZ-51 ...

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GAZ-11-40

GAZ-11-40

Produced 1940-1941. Only 6 cars were built. Wheels 4×2 Engine Formula  6 cylinder gasoline Power 76 hp @ 3400 rpm Displacement 3,485 liters Gearbox 3 speeds Max speed 110 km/h Fuel tank 60 liters Fuel consumption 17 liters/100 km Measures ...

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GAZ-67-420

GAZ-67-420

This is an experimental modification of GAZ-67. The only difference is the closed body which is more convinient for the Russian climate. The body is mostly made of wood. It didn’t go into production but many factories made custom builds ...

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GAZ-TK

GAZ-TK

In 1934 about 200 experimental models were built. Its based on GAZ-A but its longer and has an extra pair of wheels. Its main purpose is to carry 76mm cannon. Because of hurry in designing the car had several problems. ...

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GAZ-A-Avtodor

GAZ-A-Avtodor

This is experimental GAZ-A with gas engine.Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:

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NAMI-058

Original NAMI-058

Produced 1960-1967. Wheels 8×8. The designing process started in 1958 and the goal was to make a heavy missile carrier. For that many components were borrowed from other models like Ural-375, ZIL-164, MAZ-200. For that time the truck had enormous ...

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GAZ-16

GAZ-16 experimental hover car

Experimental hover car GAZ-16. Chekc out the video, this vechicle appears from 1:33. In the beginning of the video you can see earlier NAMI AVP experimental model.  Readers who viewed this page, also viewed:

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Moskvich 3-5 series

Moskvich 3-5-2

In latte 1960-s the Moskvich-408 was getting outdated compared to upcoming VAZ-2101. Because of this new car-family was started under codename “3-5” which meant that the serial production should have started in 1973-1975. First prototype was Moskvich 3-5-2. As you ...

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