9 News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Posted on August 18, 2011 by team

Muscovites have a special way to asphalt roads. Why being troubled? Everything is so simple: just put asphalt and no matter what is around.

Besides, the car doesn’t look abandoned. Maybe its owner is away on business or he is in hospital for a long time.

A Ukrainian villager Petr Zeykan forged a car during two years. The interior design will be worked over for another year.


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9 Responses to “News From Russian Roads, Part 39”

  1. OLUT says:

    Those aren’t pegs on the bonnet, it’s a drunk octopus. He wants to fight you!

  2. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. 140 KLH? It should do better than that with a BMW engine.

  3. tommy says:

    I dont understand how that ZIL (?) can ride on rails. It would need to drive on reverse in order to move forward – but – the second row of wheels will go opposite direction. Anyone can explain this??

    • Boritz says:

      Tommy, the wheel rotation is consistent. The vehicle, however, must be reversed to travel forward. The opposite is also true. Since the truck’s gearing is not appropriate for high speed travel in reverse, it must travel down the railway using its forward gears, resulting in travel rear end first.

    • Trackball says:

      It is Ural (not ZIL). This is an old idea.

  4. tommy says:

    Oh, sorry, I get it now :) It does not depend on if the small gear is in the front or in the back.. yes, but it needs to go on reverse gear to move forward… and if it would use normal gears, it would go backwards and the engine wouldn’t be cooled properly. Thanks guys

  5. testicules says:

    So a car wash on the russian roads is done by boiling? Kinky!

  6. Doktor Zlo says:

    “The temperature of this water is about 120°C.”
    No, it isn’t. Use common sense.

  7. testicules says:


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