Cream Moskvitch 401 – Front Angle View
Front angle view of a cream-colored old Moskvitch 401 in the exhibition hall “Made in USSR” in the Museum of Vehicles of Vadim Zadorozhny in Arkhangelskoye.
After WWII, many German cars were left or captured by the Soviet Union. The Moskvitch (Eng: Muscovite) 401 was a modified copy of German Opel Kadett which allowed to provide rather cheap car for Soviet citizens and spare parts for the captured German cars. Some captured German factory hardware was used to produce this model.
- Years of production: 1946-1953
- Country of Origin: USSR
- Released / Units: 216006
- Weight / kg: 855
- Max Power / hp: 26
- Max Speed / km/h: 90
-The exhibit was received by the museum after restoration
-The vintage vehicle is working
Photo #092 taken on April 20, 2018 during countryside tour to Technics Museum in Arkhangelskoye with my dear clients from Brazil, Marcelo and Otavio Ramos.
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