Vintage car show was held in Saint Petersburg on May 24. It was timed to the Day of the City. Restored trolleybuses, trams, cars, motorcycles and trucks took part in the parade around the city. While some of the vehicles were brought in by the local museums, many were driven by owners and car enthusiasts from all over the country.
Soviet trolley YATB (ЯТБ-1) 1936-1937 MTB-82 (МТБ-82), 1947 Soviet trolleybus ZiU-5 (ЗиУ-5Г), 1967 ZiU-5 682UA (ЗиУ-682УА), 1980 LiAZ-677M (ЛиАЗ-677М), 1987 ZiL 157 (ЗиЛ-157), 1982 LAZ-695M (ЛАЗ-695М), 1970. This one actually was used at Plesetsk Cosmodrome for 40 years. Ikarus 55, 1968. This bus was driven by the guest from Estonia Ikarus-55.14 Lux ,1972 Unfortunately, this one broke down VaZ 2102 Soviet Volgas Gaz-A, early 1930s (equipment and documentation for the production of which were bought by the Soviet government from Ford Motor Company in 1929.) GAz-A and Zis-8 Soviet Militsiya Car (Volga) Soviet Militsiya Car (Moskvitch-401) Volga Gaz-24 Волга ГАЗ-24 (1968-1985). Trolley-car КТГ-1 (1976)
And some close-ups.
City bus Zis-8 (1934-1936). Restored using the frame found in someone’s backyard GaZ – A (1933-1936) Moskvich 400/401 (1946-1956), the first affordable car to Soviets A luxury Soviet Volga Soviet Militsiya (Traffic Police) Soviet Militsiya (Traffic Police) Soviet Militsiya (Traffic Police) Government Volga (1962-1970) This one is not restored, yet VaZ 2102 or simply “Dvoika” (1971-1985) Vaz 2101 or “Kopeika” Moskvitch 408 (1964-1969) Moskvitch 2140SL (1981-1987)
Inside of Ikarus 55 (1968)
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