The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

“Autostrada” (a freeway) is an annual open car festival. It is held since 2004 in Tula, in early June. Since 2008, the festival is timed to the Day of Russia and is held on the 12th of June.

The Car Festival In Tula

Chrysler Town&Country of the 70s.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

Mercury Grand Marquis.

The Car Festival In Tula

Cadillac Fleetwood.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

Ford Mustang was one of the most popular cars in the festival. Everybody wanted to touch the legend.

The Car Festival In Tula

Pontiac Grand Prix.

The Car Festival In Tula

Cadillac DTS.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

Town Car and Mark VIII.

The Car Festival In Tula

A bike.

The Car Festival In Tula

Cadillac Fleetwood.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

A practical car: if you want you may sleep here.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

A little flea market.

The Car Festival In Tula

Oldsmobile Cutlas Supreme.

The Car Festival In Tula

Dodge Coronet.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

Ford.

The Car Festival In Tula

The Car Festival In Tula

Location:Tula
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14 thoughts on “The Car Festival In Tula”

  1. Very different to see in Russia. Except for the church in the background, it looks like Bo and Luke Duke should be running around.

  2. Wow. I’ll bet there are a lot of good stories about how all those American cars got to Russia, and how their owners maintain them.

  3. Pop-culture/Hollywood ruling. The pile of junk does not include any interesting/innovative designs like Studebaker Avanti, Citroen DS etc.

  4. That black Olds Cutlass Supreme would sure turn heads anywhere in the USA.
    Many years ago a lady smashed into the side of my car with her ’68 Cutlass. It sent my car spinning around and wiped out the side of my car. Her car did not even have a dent. Real tanks.

  5. “It is nice to see some quality cars on this website once in a while.”

    Yes. Unfortunately those are not manufactured any more: Quality in US cars died around 1973.

    Early 70s to late 80s they made square steel bread boxes and then low cost was the primary goal. The end result of that is easy to see, every one of the big four is in deep trouble or already bankrupt.

    I wouldn’t brag so much about quality cars which were made two generations ago.

    But I do appreciate the love the owners have to these vehicles.

    I had ’61 Cadillac several years and I liked it very much: A quality car. But there are also other quality cars so I sold it and bought something else instead.

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