News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Muscovites have a special way to asphalt roads. Why being troubled? Everything is so simple: just put asphalt and no matter what is around.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Besides, the car doesn’t look abandoned. Maybe its owner is away on business or he is in hospital for a long time.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

A Ukrainian villager Petr Zeykan forged a car during two years. The interior design will be worked over for another year.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

This idea came suddenly and unexpectedly. Petr constructed this car with his two sons who are both ( like himself ) smiths.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Details for the car were bought at a market or from friends.  The engine of 2.8 liter was taken from BMW, springs – from Mercedes, many other details – from Japanese cars. At the end of work the car will be red.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

The constructed car is a middle class engine designed for a driver and a passenger. It can speed up 140 kilometers per hour.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Petr says he spent on making the car several thousands of dollars. When the car is ready, he wants to sell it for 50-100 thousand dollars.

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240 rare cars are rotting in a field.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

In Almaty a hot water pipe broke at the streets crossing. In this case a hole with the diameter of three meters appeared. People who suffered in the accident and residents of the nearest district have many questions: who will repair their damaged cars, whether hot water would be turned off, and why has the pipe exploded?

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Because of the pipe explosion, the mass with stones and asphalt pieces flew in different directions.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

At the time of the pipe break, there was a car, that nearly fell into a formed hole.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Fortunately nobody was hurt.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

The temperature of this water is about 120°C.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

According to the press service of the company “Almaty heating system” ( that must be responsible for this event) it was only the planned testing of  pipelines, where the damage of one piping occurred. Hot water will not be turned off or it’s just planned so. Repair works will fully eliminate damages of the road and pipelines.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

A very original tuning. Be afraid of this driver!

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

This is a car from St. Petersburg. It simply stood near a store breaking no parking rules.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Someone avenged the owner. The revenge recipe: ketchup, flour (or salt), carrot salad on the windshield, kefir, feminine pads, a rag (or shirt) on the antenna and panties on both mirrors.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Something is wrong with this Volga…

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

The hatch is welded with pitch.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

Pegs on the bonnet?!

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

A chain replaces the wheel.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

It is time to leave this car in order not to be killed with the chain and buried in pitch.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

A cool army equipment, that can travel on roads…on any roads.

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

News From Russian Roads, Part 39

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9 thoughts on “News From Russian Roads, Part 39”

  1. I dont understand how that ZIL (?) can ride on rails. It would need to drive on reverse in order to move forward – but – the second row of wheels will go opposite direction. Anyone can explain this??

    • Tommy, the wheel rotation is consistent. The vehicle, however, must be reversed to travel forward. The opposite is also true. Since the truck’s gearing is not appropriate for high speed travel in reverse, it must travel down the railway using its forward gears, resulting in travel rear end first.

  2. Oh, sorry, I get it now 🙂 It does not depend on if the small gear is in the front or in the back.. yes, but it needs to go on reverse gear to move forward… and if it would use normal gears, it would go backwards and the engine wouldn’t be cooled properly. Thanks guys

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