In Soviet Era there were automobiles for each class of people. We already told about Zaporozhets (for the middle class), Volga (for the upper class) and even Invalidka for disabled people, who were not able to drive ordinary cars.
The point is that the Soviet children also had their own pedal vehicles for kids, mostly produced at the real car factories. For example, AZLK factory, which produced Moskvich, had it’s own section of pedal Mosckvich models.
See the photos below.
This one was constructed by pioneers (Soviet boy-scouts).
Brest, early 70-s.
“Round” Moskvich (ALZK) with Soviet teddy bear.
The factory in Lvov city.
Probably another old Moskvich model. 1969.
The pedal-cars section of AZLK factory.
Three Moskvich models.
Moskvich. The model of the late 70-s and 80-s.
For the greater glory of the first Soviet cosmonaut (Iyri Gagarin)
Another pedal “sport car”.
This one called Raduga (Raduga factory of Serpuhov city).
Some circus car in Volga style.
Moscow, 60-th. Some car in Pobeda style.
Little Moskvich and Invalidka.
And the pedal horse.