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33 Freedom Cars In Tula

Freedom Cars In Tula

Posted on June 14, 2012 by team


In June, 10 a car festival Autostrada 2012 took place in Tula. Retro and modern cars, American cars were presented at the event.

Chevrolet Caprice – anniversary model

And its happy owner

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33 Responses to “Freedom Cars In Tula”

  1. AmiFicker says:

    The Ugliest Cars in Russia!

  2. JZ says:

    Probably one of the only thing I love about U.S. is their cars!

  3. CZenda says:

    No Studebaker Avanti? Sigh.

  4. Rafe says:

    Finally a real car show without half naked girls. Most of the people cant afford these cars :/

  5. ABB says:

    All except for the new Mustangs are OK! the rest of that is pure crap! It’s supposed to be Russia and not six-toe county hick town Alabama!

    Those cars are worthless, and need to be crushed.

  6. jeebs says:

    Umm why are they flying the confederate flag i’m confused :/

  7. Tobbe says:

    Nice to see that american muscle cars are still appriciated somewhere :)

  8. SSSR says:

    Good old American muscle in Russia,and a state trooper from the state of Utah!

  9. SSSR says:

    Where is the Corvette?

  10. RB says:

    i want to know why they put onions on top of every building? They are very pleasing to the eye but how are they built?are they hollow? are they gold leaf or some kind of paint. Oh ya the cars are cool to but I live beside ford plant in Ontario I have seen thousands so no biggie for me.

  11. robin yates says:

    I wonder how the US cars coped with Russian roads?

  12. alessio215 says:

    you want to be americans just admit it!

    i ve been there and even on tv they sended russian copies of american shows

    • SSSR says:

      I saw some in Yekaterinburg,like the American “Married With Children”with Russian voiceovers,and Russia has it’s own with Russian actors.

  13. Tovarich Volk says:

    The tailfin in question is from a 1970’s to 1981 Camaro or Firebird. — It must take some serious cash to keep these supplied with fuel in Europe.

  14. liptonius says:

    I believe the “erotic part” is from a pre-1981 Camaro.

    The last Berlinetti-designed body before the despise “cheese-wedge”.

    Pretty car. Longest, heaviest doors, with a little “fang” that held the end of the trim.

    Could punch a hole in a steel mailbox without meaning to.

    God, I miss that car.

  15. liptonius says:

    …Could be a Firebird, too.

  16. curt says:

    It would be interesting to get some back story to how some of the older cars ended up in Russia. Someone do a documentary!

  17. Tim Dennison says:

    Weird to see such ordinary cars in an exotic location. They all could be found in the Walmart parking lot near here.But the Russian military trucks would be show trucks here, get a lot of attention!

  18. Mercal says:

    Great cars/trucks a lot better than the midget death traps.

  19. Mercal says:

    In Europe socialism reigns supreme and they tell you when you can crap and how much it is going to cost you.

  20. m says:

    Odds are they don’t even know what the confederate flag means, other then it was on the Dukes of Hazzard TV show.

  21. So thats where a lot of our cars are going! But how did they get them?

  22. Berlinetta says:

    I wonder how many of those cars were stolen then shipped over there and most of those cars are relatively cheap in U.S., wonder how much they cost over there?
    “Socialism never took root in America because the poor there see themselves not as an exploited proletariat, but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires”- John Steinbeck.

  23. Berlinetta says:

    Oh, that “erotic part” belongs to a T/A, it’s in the very next picture with the 3rd gen. Fireturd, it has the nasty AR 10 holes rims on it. You can tell it is a Trans Am because the basic Firebirds didn’t have fender vents and the 2nd gen. Camaros didn’t have hood shakers.

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