GAZ-61-73. Green version

It was made by putting a GAZ-M1 body on a four-wheel-drive chassis (one of the world’s first all-wheel drive passenger cars). It could climb angles up to 38 degrees and cross water up to 72 cm deep.

In 1941, the updated GAZ-61-73 was introduced. It became a five-seat, four-door six-light saloon with the same engine, but now rated at a top speed of 107 km/h (66 mph).

Made in the USSR in 1941

Production: 167

Engine: 6 cylinders

Power: 85 HP

Max. speed: 100 km/h

Weight: 1650 kg

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