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24 Abandoned Cars

Abandoned Cars

Posted on December 23, 2008 by


Russian abandoned cars 1

Those cars stay abandoned near Moscow city.

Russian abandoned cars 1

Russian abandoned cars 2


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24 Responses to “Abandoned Cars”

  1. wholesome says:

    only the 1st picture of the blue lada works, others are just X

  2. wholesome says:

    :rofl:

  3. maxD says:

    This is what Putin wants the people to drive instead of cheap 2nd hand reliable Japanese cars. [Import taxes were increased with 200 %, an attempt to protect the local manufacturers from competetion] No surprise the people start demonstrating.

    http://www.moscowtimes.ru/article/600/42/373358.htm

    He himself and all DUMA members of course drive Mercedes and BMW. No lada, volga’s or Yugo’s. Not even KamaZ, which is very good !

  4. Miss India says:

    Russia=Rust=decay how fitting :(

  5. maxD says:

    This is what Putin wants the people to drive instead of cheap 2nd hand reliable Japanese cars. [Import taxes were increased with 200 %, an attempt to protect the local manufacturers from competition] No surprise the people start demonstrating. No money and increased prices.

    http://www.moscowtimes.ru/article/600/42/373358.htm

    • tokio express says:

      Japanese cars may be really reliable, but here is another reason. Here in Japan, people are not willing to buy the used cars, if a) the car is more than 6 years old, or b) the mileage is more than 60,000km…(unless there is a special reason.. like some people want some old models like VW Bug or something). So we’ve got so many used cars which are amazingly affrodable, but still run really great. They are exported not only to Russia, but to Philipines, sometimes to Thailand, and even to UK!

  6. maxD says:

    This is what Putin wants the people to drive instead of cheap 2nd hand reliable Japanese cars. [Import taxes were increased with 200 %, an attempt to protect the local manufacturers from competition] No surprise the people start demonstrating.

    http://www.moscowtimes.ru/article/600/42/373358.htm

  7. SSSR says:

    In soviet Russia cars drive you.

  8. KBR says:

    I think that some cars can be repaired, and will drive just fine. Spare parts all over the place. Pitty, but hey not my problem…

  9. ff6m says:

    What is a Volvo 240 doing in there?! That’s just sad.

    (pics 3 and 6)

  10. bilosh says:

    In olden time I live three year in yellow crane behind Lada in photo #1. It was nice! We have glass window, metal door and 2 seat! We have to move out because nowhere for goat. New flat not as nice but goat is happy.

  11. joopajoo says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tuzvroDaV1k
    Here some new cars going via Finland to Russia. Few days ago there were over 30km trucs in single line and drivers have to wait 5 days to get over Russian border. Unbelievable!

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  14. Texan says:

    That blue “SUV” it’s an ARO … romanian car …

    I am really surprised to see one in Russia …

  15. nabassu says:

    buuu :( poor galant…
    JDM front lights? japan import? VR4?

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  17. gerald says:

    in regards to the old international cabover, it was WTF?

    but after the fall of the soviets a lot of N.A. machinery went ‘russian’. at the equipment dealership i worked at years ago we prepped a kawasaki front end loader for shipment to russia. a lot of old iron went there from here

  18. Hutcheson says:

    Really, I can’t believe!

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