1 Achievements of the Soviet Car Industry, 1974

Achievements of the Soviet Car Industry, 1974

Posted on February 11, 2016 by team

It’s a set of images taken at the auto exhibition in October 1974. It was held to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Soviet car industry (starting from the date of AMO-F-15 trucks production on November 7th, 1942 in Moscow).
The exhibition took place in November-October 1974 in Moscow. Look, what they had achieved by then.
On the image above is flat body truck ZiL-131.

Flat body truck ZIL 157K.

Flat body truck UAZ 452-D.

Flat body truck GAZ 51-A.

Flat body truck GAZ 53-A.

Flat body truck URAL 375-D.

Flat body truck URAL 377.

Flat body truck MAZ 500-A.

Flat body truck MAZ 516-B.

Flat body truck MAZ-7510.

Prototype dumptruck based on MAZ-7310 Uragan.

Prototype dumptruck KRaZ-251.

Dumptruck MAZ-511A.

Dumptruck MAZ-503A.

Dumptruck SAZ-3502.

Dumptruck GAZ-SAZ-53B.

Dumptruck ZiL-MMZ-554.

Road train MAZ-515B-941.

Road train MAZ-504V-5205A.

Road train KAZ-4430.

Road train KAZ-608V-717.

Pipe truck MAZ-7910.

Road train for wood transportation as part of tractor MAZ-509 with log carrier TMZ-803M.

Road train for wood transportation as part of tractor KRAZ-255L with log carrier TMZ-803M.

SP scraper MoAZ-546.

Dumper road train for excavations MoAZ-6401-9585.

Specialized vehicle for transportation of eggs and chickens GZSA-3716.

Mobile clinical diagnostic laboratory.

Truck for transportation of perishables GZSA-3702. 

Veterinary truck GZSA-3510.

Mechanized refueling unit MZ-3607.

Bus KAvZ-685.

Bus LiAZ-677.

Bus PAZ-3201.

Bus PAZ-3204.

Bus LAZ-699-N.

Bus LAZ Ukraine-73″.

Small bus UAZ-452V.

Van ErAR-762A.

Commercial vehicle LuAZ-969M. 

Commercial vehicle UAZ-469.

Car VAZ-21011 “Zhiguli“.

Car GAZ13 “Chaika“.

Fuel-efficient car KIM-10.

Fuel-efficient car ZAZ-965.


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One Response to “Achievements of the Soviet Car Industry, 1974”

  1. Mark Echers says:

    that watermark really ruins these awesome pictures…

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