Classic Marques - Volga

Volga (Russian: Волга) is an automobile brand that originated in the Soviet Union to replace the venerated GAZ Pobeda in 1956. Modern in design, the car survived several generations. Although Volga cars were readily used as taxi cabs, road police interceptors and ambulances (based on the estate versions), it was their role in serving the Soviet nomenklatura, that made them a contemporary cultural icon. Several generations of the car were produced.
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Volga GAZ 24

The Soviet Era Car Industry: Advertising Vs Truth

1970~1985 GAZ-24

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Volga/GAZ 21S/22E/22G

Volga/GAZ 21S/22E/22G

GAZ-12 ZIM - The ZIM-12 (Russian: ЗиМ-12) was a Soviet limousine produced by the Gorky Automotive Plant from 1950 till 1960. Inspired by the 1948 Cadillac Fleetwood 61 and the 1947 Buick Super, the car was built to serve mid-rank Soviet Nomenklatura, but was also readily available as a taxi and ambulance.

GAZ-12 ZIM - The ZIM-12 (Russian: ЗиМ-12) was a Soviet limousine produced by the Gorky Automotive Plant from 1950 till 1960. Inspired by the 1948 Cadillac Fleetwood 61 and the 1947 Buick Super, the car was built to serve mid-rank Soviet Nomenklatura, but was also readily available as a taxi and ambulance.

Volga Pobeda

the Volga owes its life to the Pobeda, one of the most technically advanced Soviet automobiles of that time.

1961 Gaz 21 Volga

1961 Gaz 21 Volga

GAZ 21 / Volga Series I 1956-58

GAZ 21 / Volga Series I 1956-58

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