| TrueCrime wrote |
because the ussr made car look the same for a long time so it's hard for westerners to distinguish them? it's not that hard to understand
|412 IE should be a part of model too.|
|These bumpers, grille and light system.|
Door handles and back lights - that's all reminds 1983+ IZh Moskvitch 412 IE [412-028]
That's not a Zhiguli - 100%
So, i think, it should be 1983+ IZh (Make) Moskvitch 412 IE (Model) [412-028] (Chassis/Code)
| UltraRazza wrote |
Thank you. It's probably '1982 IZh 412 IE with GAZ 21 Volga tail lights. Another anachronism, because game is set in 1969.
|Here are some better versions:|
I will admit, I've flamingoed up with this. A flamingo up is like a cock up but much bigger.
-- Last edit: 2012-06-19 20:50:44
|Is better quality image and rear view available?|
Origin: USSR, because production of VAZ 2101 and AZLK (Moskvitch after 1968) 2140 was ceased before 1991.
I think it's a '1976 AZLK 2140 (or Moskvitch 1500 if it's the export version).
|It could be a Moskvitch but I doubt the 1983 IE, because it's from the wrong time period. Coming from a man who thought is was a 1970 VAZ |
-- Last edit: 2012-06-19 16:36:59
|1983 IZh Moskvitch 412 IE, not a Lada|
|"Am I being drunk? Or being sober in Soviet Union? Is difference?"|
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