News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

Another part of everybody’s beloved automotive news.

Look at this awesome limo! How do you like it?

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

Can anybody explain what this strange “device” is for?

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

As soon as this car had been brought to the service center, it was heavily mocked by the service men. Sort of “what if it really runs on wood?”

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

News From Russian Roads, Part 26

Here’s a classic Moscow ride… Nothing special, you know…

via maxcore, empty911 and MorteiN

11 thoughts on “News From Russian Roads, Part 26”

  1. You actually CAN run an internal combustion gasoline engine on wood. It’s a process called pyrolization and was very popular in Europe and Japan during the period leading up to and including the Great Patriotic War. Ford, Opel, KDFwagen (VW today), Volvo and Toyota all offered wood fueled options during this time. They either came as add on kits or factory options.

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