Modelli trattati: M72, K750, M63, Mt11, MT12, MT16, M61, M62, M63, M67, gemelli da 350 cc e single-stroke, 125cc e 175cc a due tempi, le motociclette da corsa Vostok e Flat-twin più Jawa e Pannonia 250cc e 350cc importati rispettivamente dalla Cecoslovacchia e Ungheria.
Modelli NON coperti: scooter, ciclomotori, motocicli.
A very illustrated profile of the “21st” or “M-21” named in this way in 1951 by the GAZ Chief Designer, Andrey Lipgart and afterwards, in 1952, named “Machine 21”which was produced with a great success up to 1970 . Included lots of technical designs and advertising material.
For the first time one single book compiles virtually all Gorgy automobile plant models, both prototype and mass-production, designed and produced between 1932 and 1982 by the GAZ plant, its branches and subsidiaries. The entire array of GAZ historic vehicles is split into thirty chapters or model families organized in a chronological order. The last chapter covers the last Volga generation.
Unique Motor Books are compiled from the UK magazine “Autocar”, “Autocourse” , “Sporting Motorist” and from a wide variety of other magazines from around the world. This book contains road test, service data and road research reports on Skoda cars.
This work covers the motor vehicle industry in Russia prior to World War I and provides data on steam vehicles, electric vehicles, motor cars, trucks, motor cycles and military vehicles. The writer spent time in the former USSR researching the book, and to his knowledge it is the most comprehensive account of the subject ever produced. The archives of the Polytechnical Museum in Moscow were consulted in depth, and a large number of Russian books in the author’s possession have also been examined to achieve a reliable report.