Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

From the 7th till the 10th of October, 2010 there was held the 16-th Oldtimer Gallery. This year there were presented such interesting cars as Ford Thunderbird(favourite car of Merylin Monroe, Elvis Presley and John Kennedy); Delahaye 175 — a make of car which doesn’t exist for already half a century. A part of the exposition was devoted to the 100-th anniversary of the Alpha Romeo Company and the 40-th anniversary of Volga GAZ-24.

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

T-62 Tank . This average tank was put into service in 1961 and was produced in the USSR, Czechoslovakia and Northern Korea.

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

GL-1 was created by the GAS Factory engineer Eugine Agitov. In 1940 it gained the speed of 161,9 KmpH, and became the fastest car in the USSR,

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow

15 thoughts on “Oldtimer Gallery In Moscow”

  1. Some nice cars there. Even the hood ornaments are worth some money. Those are had to find.

    Ha, the fastest car in the USSR. And the ugliest too.

  2. Beautiful cars… I would love to see this auto show!

    I’ll just bet Stalin and Lenin are somewhere, crying over the blatant capitalism in their adopted home! Crying and caressing eachother gently…

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