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Vehicles made in Warsaw Pact countries

UAZ-469B

count of vehicles owned by club members: 7

UAZ-469B

A lightweight all-terrain vehicle UAZ 469 (new designation UAZ 31512) is a passenger all-terrain vehicle with all-wheel drive, an open body with a removable canvas roof. It is designed for transporting persons and goods, towing trailers on roads and also off roads. The producer – Uljanovskij Avtomobilnyj Zavod, Uljanovsk, the Russian Federation. Its production since 1972.

TTD
engine:gasoline 55 kW
length:4020 mm
width:1990 mm
height:1785 mm
weight:700 kg
max. speed:100 km/h
crew:7

UAZ-452A

count of vehicles owned by club members: 5

UAZ-452A

UAZ-452A was produced in the Ulyanovsk automobile plant from 1965 to 1985. Later it was made ​​under a different name.

TTD
engine:liquid cooled gasoline 4-cylinder ZMZ-451, 53kW (72hp) at 4000 rpm
clutch:simple, single-turn
transmission:mechanical 4+1, additional 2
traction:4×4
electronic system:12 V
axles:rigid
breaks:hydraulic
gears:8,4 – 15
wheelbase:2,3 m
wheel track:1,44 m
clearance height:0,22 m
body:metalic, closed
length:4360 mm
width:1940 mm
height:2100 mm
capacity:800 kg
pohot. weight:1700 kg
max. speed:95 km/h
marking:UAZ-452 basic version
UAZ-452A sanita
UAZ-452V minibus
UAZ-452D lorry
crew:UAZ-452 2
UAZ-452A 9
UAZ-452V 11
UAZ-452D 2

GAZ-69

count of vehicles owned by club members: 6

A lightweight all-terrain lorry. A classical and, for many years the only one, staff vehicle used in the Czechoslovak People’s Army (CSLA) and also in the other member countries of the Warsaw Pact. It was replaced by UAZ 469 in the 1970s. There were two versions, two-door GAZ - 69M and four-door GAZ - 69A. The M version was more numerous. Apart the Army and the Border Guards, they were also used by the People’s Militia. Just before introducing into service in the 1950s, a similar all-terrain vehicle, ŠKODA 973 that was to replace the outgoing Willys vehicles, was tested by the CSLA. The then leadership pushed through the GAZ vehicles, the Škoda programme was terminated.

TTD
engine:gasoline 41 kW
length:3850 mm
width:1750 mm
height:2030 mm
weight:1535 kg
max. speed:90 km/h
crew:6

ZIL-131

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

ZIL-131

A medium all-terrain lorry designed for transporting freight and towing trailers on roads and off roads. This type also became the basis for a number of special bodies (rectifying station, inspection and testing station, compressed air carrier for container PLRK etc.). It was produced from 1967 to 1991. It was modernized during its production. It was produced in two basic versions: platform-type or box-type. Conceptually, it was based on the ZIL 130 lorry; the modernized ZIL 131 version should replace the retired ZIL 157 type. In addition to the basic types, the following versions were used in the CSLA: tipper lorry ZIL 131 A and trailer tractor ZIL 131V.

TTD
engine:gasoline ZIL-131 110 kW
length:7040 mm
width:2500 mm
height:2980 mm
weight:6460 kg
max. speed:80 km/h

Ural 375 D

count of vehicles owned by club members: 2

Ural 375 D

A three-axle lorry with high clearness off road was able to operate from -40 to + 40°C.

TTD
engine:water-cooled gasoline 7-litre 4-stroke V 8-cylinder ZIL 375 132 kW at 3100 rpm
pořadí zapalování:15426378
fuel:BA 90 gasoline
transmission:5 speed + additional 2
breaks:liquid assisted
traction:6×6
gears:14,0 – 20 with a central tire pressure
turning radius:10,8 m
wading depth:1,5 m
electronic system:12 V
max. speed:75 km/h
fuel consumption:50–60 l / 100 km

Motorbike M-72

count of vehicles owned by club members: 2

In 1939, Russian engineers in Moscow busily dismantled five BMW motorcycles purchased from Germany via a few Swedish intermediaries. The engineers copied the BMW design in every detail and made ​​moulds for the production of own engines and gearboxes in Moscow. During the World War II, it was that more than "URALs" (the motorcycles still did not have their official name) would be made for the Russian army. They fought against the Germans at many places, in many battles and they had to be a surprise for the German troops.

TTD
engine:gasoline 4-stroke boxer 15kW
length:2420 mm
width:1600 mm (with trailer)
height:980 mm
weight:340 – 350 kg (with trailer), 220 kg (without trailer)
max. speed:90 km/h (with trailer)

ARO M-461

count of vehicles owned by club members: 7

The production of the M461 lightweight all-terrain vehicle was launched in Romania in 1964. 80,233 pieces, of which 46,549 pieces were for export, of these cars were produced until 1975.

TTD
engine:gasoline M207, 56,7 kW
length:3850 mm
width:1710 mm (1850 including spare wheel)
height:2050 mm
weight:2200 kg
max. speed:100 km/h
crew:8

Field kitchen PK-60

count of vehicles owned by club members: 2

A field kitchen with diesel heating is designed for preparing and supplying meals for 50 to 150 people. The time required to reach the boiling point: 30-50 minutes. A single-shell boiler of stainless steel (quantity: 2 pieces, weight: 20.5 kg, capacity: 75.0 l), a double-shell boiler of stainless steel: (quantity: 1 piece, weight: 46.0 kg, glycerine filling: 9.5 l, capacity: 50.0 l).

TTD
engine:gasoline M207, 56,7 kW
length:3300 mm
width:1900 mm
height:2300 mm (including chimney)
weight:1250 kg
fuel consumption:4 l/h
volume of fuel:20 l
max. speed:60 km/h

LUAZ 969

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

LUAZ 969

A four-passenger lightweight all-terrain vehicle with an open body. Structurally designed for transport by helicopter. Its production started in around 1969. Reportedly deployed in the Afghan conflict; it was used by the Soviet troops in the GDR. The LUAZ 967 amphibious version was preferred in the USSR.

TTD
engine:air-cooled 4-stroke 1197 cm3, 29kW, 39K
traction:permanent front drive, rear switchable off-road gear + a lock of the rear differential
length:3370 mm
width:1570 mm
curb weight:950 kg
max. speed:80 km/h
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