13 A Supercar From St. Petersburg

A Supercar From St. Petersburg

Posted on June 23, 2011 by team

One Russian man from St. Petersburg, Konstantin Myatnikov, has been engaged in the construction of original homemade cars for more than 20 years. Here are some of his “brainchildren” inside the post.

1. The first car. It was originally the Opel Rekord 72. The dead engine was replaced by the engine from the GAZ-24. The suspension and axle were changed for those of the Volga. A body kit and bumpers made of plastic were added. Lights and stop signals – from the VAZ 2108.

The same car in its final form.


13 Responses to “A Supercar From St. Petersburg”

  1. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    Thats a sweet ride dude!

  2. testicules says:

    Pretty cool evolution. However, it looks just like a pontiac sunfire. about 16k new.

  3. Musa says:

    Very nice labor of love. I like his sketch too.

  4. xoxo says:

    he could make some good money doing what he loves in the u.s.

  5. bmosso says:


  6. jean says:

    transformer!!!!nice job

  7. six-string samurai says:

    but why color it puke green?

  8. Fenix says:

    SAAB should hire this guy

    • testicules says:

      Yes they should because their cars suck. This guy could probably bring them up to Yugo standards in a week.

  9. yulia says:

    well i love him and it super!

  10. Bigsexy says:

    nice work

  11. PKN says:

    Those are some god awful creations you got there.

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