In Russian city Astrakhan the road cops got too high tech. They now launching drone planes to track the drivers doing wrong.
In the Minsk there is a wonder to cause awe in grown ups – the New Year installation of a lighted MAZ big truck. The MAZ factory in city made a present to the crowd – they built truck of thousand LED lights to amaze and to adore:
This 8×8 was an experimental Soviet vehicle became a predecessor of a famous Soviet army 8×8 BTR vehicle. However in the beginning it was just a peaceful purpose vehicle but proved itself so good in cross terrain conditions they decided to build a BTR on it:
Man got a a vintage Soviet motorcycle K-175 Kovrovets. He had warm nostalgic feelings about this model because he shortly owned one when he was a kid. And now he got it again and decided to restore this vintage model in not its best shape. And here is the process and what he got at the end is really nice:
A Kalashnikov corp – the one that is responsible for AKs rifles has presented an electric car recently. The name for the concept is CV-1 and it’s based on a Soviet cult Moskvitch Kombi car.
This old Chevy has a rich history. It was brought to Russia back in Soviet times by a Belgian diplomat. Then it was discarded and stayed somewhere in Moscow suburbs for years. Then, bought back in 2008 and then meticiously restored back to life. And here how it was:
His “crazy bike” was scaring off pedestrians in Yekaterinburg this summer. Coming together with his fantasy helmet and a loud exhaust sound from V8 Lexus engine.
One man named Andrei bought an old Moskvitch 2140, however after some time the car started breaking apart, and it became harder and harder to maintain it and find the old Soviet parts.
A unique car is for sale on one of the Russian classifieds websites. As the story goes the car was custom made for a famous rich person who died three months before the car was delivered to him.
During a battle for the control of an oil field called “Shaer”, the Russian army captured a number of heavily modified ISIS armored vehicles. Now they have taken them to Moscow and have put them on display in “Patriot” park for everyone to see. The white numbers and letters on the doors, etc, show the thickness of the self-made armored plates – the one above has 25mm thick armor on a door and 15mm armored plates on a turret. Here are some more: