16 News From Russian Roads, Part 49

News From Russian Roads, Part 49

Posted on January 26, 2012 by

That road sign warns drivers about the pedestrian crossing. Can you guess what country it is?

Come on! Kids will always find a place to play!

We wish you will never have this before you in a line to a tire fitting shop!

Winter parking!

Vinylize styling center has presented its 1969 GAZ-21 bought for as little as $500. However, it took them 60 times as much money to pimp it!


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16 Responses to “News From Russian Roads, Part 49”

  1. TrulyRestlessSoul says:

    I didn’t know it before, but I think I need a Petrovich :D

  2. OLUT says:

    What country? That’s easy. It’s Jamaica! You can tell by all the snow and the Russian-style buildings.

    Love the rebuilt Volga. It’s too bad there aren’t companies that build modern gadgets that look old… that also work really well. There are some that build retro-style, but they’re mostly terrible quality.

  3. marlene says:

    what is that huge thing being transported on a multi-tires truck?

  4. Tovarich_Volk says:

    The Petrovich is cool, but I would think that the 2L engine seems a bit small considering that it’s a rather large off-road vehicle. Using the Cummins Engine that the HMMV and the Tigr uses would seem to be a better choice at the expense of Fuel economy.

    Also, I’d like to see somebody pimp out a Chaika, or a ZiL.

  5. weird wayne says:

    Uh, oh!! The splattered car!!! Watch out for psittacosis, Comrades!!!!

  6. robin yates says:

    great set of good looking vehicles, thanks

  7. JMarius says:

    Well, i didn’t figure out what town is it, but is sure looks familiar to some town in Romania like 25 years ago…

  8. R says:

    ECOTRANS company was founded in 2004. It specializes in mechanical engineering and metal working but its passion is off-road vehicles. So, meet ‘Petrovich’.

    Reminds me of Unimogs, though admitted this Russian one looks wicked.

  9. Rupert says:

    The engine is way too small for the vehicle, and it will also be unreliable since it’s Italian.

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