In the USSR, to buy a car one had not only save money for the whole life and but also had to wait for his turn for no less than 8 years... But Russian men are never going to surrender. That's why they made cars with their own hands. Here are the pictures of such handmade works of art found and exhibited by Ilya Sorokin.
The series of similar cars were built from the parts of the ZAZ-966 and ZAZ-968.
This is the first home-made car built by Soviet do-it-himselfers in series. The engine, transmission and suspension are taken from the ZAZ-965A. In total, only 6 cars were built.
The engine is taken from the motorcycle Jawa-350, the main transmission and both suspensions - from the sidecar C3A.