More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

It may seem strange, but this powerful military prime mover has fallen a victim to Russian roads. The driver tried to turn round his vehicle but, because of large size, it firmly got stuck in mud near the motorway. The militaries tried too pull it out with another prime mover but unfortunately there was no result. It’s destiny is still unknown.

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

More Russian Roads

17 thoughts on “More Russian Roads”

  1. no good truckdriver…simple answer
    the zil itself is good offroad maschine, but when pulling something heavy a different driving style is required…otherwise the hanger will pull the truck

  2. it looks like R-36M (NATO: SS-18 Satan) mobile carrier…

    Photo:
    http://www.fas.org/nuke/control/start1/text/image/rfphotos/rs20ss18empl.jpg

    more info:
    http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/russia/icbm/r-36m.htm

  3. the zil has two v8 otto engines – one for each side, so they must run synchron…..
    it takes 125 l/100km…..
    the wheelhouse is made of fibre plastics….don’t fall over with this vehicle….you will be crushed by your own crusher 😉

    • Actually, afaik Vikings stayed in Russia – they became rulers of some major cities they either invaded or simply set up themselves 🙂

      As for Mongols – they got pushed back after a few hundreds of years, when the Mongol Empire weakened enough.

  4. Definitely going to have to offload the missile before they move that- grab a crane, take that out and put it on another carrier, and then use the crane to lift the back end of that onto the road. Easy peasy, and I bet they haven’t yet done it.

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