1997 Daewoo Lublin II




Class: Van / MPV

Origin: PL Poland

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Contributor: Hakari

Contributor: Hakari


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RU WarLord

2016-01-06 19:21
ok
PL Tycek

2016-01-06 17:15
I'm sorry, but I don't see any proof on this page that Lublin 3 van was indeed copied from Gaz. They are similar, but what exactly you can change in typical box van to make it different?

Nysa 235 prototype was earlier than Gaz 2737 and it's more than clear that Lublin 3 was based on that exactly Nysa project. Zhuk and Nysa were made from the scratch in Poland.

Sure first Lublin was a copy of GAZ 51, but it was the same type of copy as Warszawa was to Pobieda. Just another example of forced polish-soviet friendship.

Besides this article doesn't even contain a one entry of bibliography, so it's as valuable as any other links from the internet.
RU WarLord

2016-01-06 12:45
Tycek wrote
Got any proof for that? UAZ-3727 was made in 1985 and Lublin was clearly based on Nysa 325: oldtimery.com/components/com_joomgallery/img_originals/zdjcia_604/1_samochody_1202/nysa_325_1798/nysa_325_20120104_1822892905.jpg which first prototypes were made in 1980. Russians were the copycats if anything.

www.uazbuka.ru/models/uaz-3727.htm
PL Tycek

2016-01-06 10:27
Got any proof for that? UAZ-3727 was made in 1985 and Lublin was clearly based on Nysa 325: oldtimery.com/components/com_joomgallery/img_originals/zdjcia_604/1_samochody_1202/nysa_325_1798/nysa_325_20120104_1822892905.jpg which first prototypes were made in 1980. Russians were the copycats if anything.
RU WarLord

2016-01-06 08:49
btw, lublin vans based on soviet uaz-3727 www.cardesign.ru/files/forum/part_9/96925/preview/UAZ3727_8_500.jpg

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2016-01-06 08:51:12

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