Russian Motor Vehicles: Soviet Limousines 1930 - 2003

by Maurice A. Kelly


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Russian Motor Vehicles Covers the inception of a policy to build Limousine models in the former Soviet Union, instigated by Marshal Josef Stalin when the first Five Year Plan was initiated in 1927. The book charts the production of all of these cars, from the Leningrad L-1 of 1931/32 to the final examples produced in 2003.

● Introduction
● The Putilov Factory and the Leningrad L-1 Limousine
● The AMO Works / Zavod im Stalina / Zavod im Likacheva
● The Gorky Automobile Works
● Chinese Limousine Models Made With Russian Aid
● Conclusion

Appendix 1 - Specifications of Limousine Models
Appendix 2 - Production Figures for the Hong Qi Limousine and its Variants
Appendix 3 - Notes on 5 Star Logos

With full specifications translated from the relevant primary sources in Russian and Chinese literature, this is a meticulous and unique account of a previously neglected subject.

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  • Publisher: Veloce Publishing (Uk)
  • ISBN: 1845843002 (1-845-84300-2)
  • ISBN-13: 9781845843007 (978-1-845-84300-7)
  • Format: Hardback, 124 pages
  • Date Published: 2010


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