Instead of “pruley”: how China wants to flood Asia and Africa with its used cars
The sales of new cars in China are amazing: for comparison, in Russia last year…

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ROTATOR ENGINE RADIATOR. HOW TO ELIMINATE?
Leakage of the cooling system on the road indicates wear / crack of a part…

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HOW TO FIND OUT AND CHECK THE MACHINE RUNNING RUNNING?
Is it possible to change the speedometer or “twist the mileage”? Upset buyers of used…

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Copying headlong: the secret three-axle all-terrain vehicles of the 1930s in the USSR
By that time, in the Soviet automobile industry, according to the principle “they are getting…

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CAN YOU MIX MIXTURE OIL?
At the beginning motorists the question arises: is it possible to mix oils of different…

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Chita, Squirrel, Ant: Soviet rare cars, cars

Yuri A. Dolmatovsky, Candidate of Technical Sciences, a talented engineer and artist, founder and theorist of the school of Soviet automobile design, a well-known writer, popularizer and journalist, was the main advocate of the wagon layout. A long time ago several generations of boys were brought up on the books and articles of Dolmatovsky, who tried to infuse us with his great passion for cars and support his “fellow mania”.
The birth and death of “Cheats”: the first Soviet car NAMI-013
Having completed the development of cargo bodies and trailed toilets, in 1949, Yuri Dolmatovsky, head of the bodywork bureau of the Scientific Automobile Institute (NAMI), began to fulfill his cherished dream – the creation of avant-garde car assemblies, which were then called trambuses. Thus was born the idea of ​​a revolutionary car NAMI-013, which was developed by the engineer Konstantin Zeyvang and the artist-designer Vladimir Aryamov. Continue reading

GREEN CARD FOR CAR: WHY DO WE NEED WHERE TO GET ACCOUNT
Traveling to another country is more convenient when using your own car. But in a…

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Five reasons to love and hate Skoda Yeti
Leaving the main design solutions, the engineers were forced to use the larger Volkswagen PQ35…

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