Self-made cars in the USSR: how and why did they appear so much?
Soviet Union and the socialist countries, people built their own cars. Surprisingly, not only mechanics and engineers, but even musicians and cosmonauts, doctors and teachers were able to do it.…

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BMW 760Li Yachtline: World Overboard
Together with an expensive cigar, its packaging leaves a much more valuable aroma of a fulfilled life — any tobacco leaf connoisseur knows about it. So the smart heads from…

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Volkswagen Multivan T5: fifth went!
Outwardly, the seven-seater Multivan T5 is as strict and German as practical as the T4, although it is larger in size. The increase in length was 101 mm, in width…

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like Toyota and Nissan

Folk retro. 1990 Mitsubishi Pajero. Pleasure for the egoist

You can argue about what a massive SUV was the first in terms of a combination of cross-country and passenger comfort. In fact – Range Rover. Behind him in smaller dimensions and with an independent front suspension – our “Niva”. But didn’t Pajero also contribute to the improvement of the descendants of army all-terrain vehicles? After all, “Range” was considered an aristocrat with the appropriate price level. Lada, except for the “iron curtain”, was offered in the social bloc and developing countries. And in the decaying West – very limited. And only “Padzhik” became really accessible and widespread. Continue reading

Citroen C2 Sport: the case for small
The French know how to build sports cars. This is evidenced by the 59 victories of the French brands Peugeot, Renault and Citroen at the stages of the World Championship…

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Volkswagen Multivan T5: fifth went!
Outwardly, the seven-seater Multivan T5 is as strict and German as practical as the T4, although it is larger in size. The increase in length was 101 mm, in width…

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BMW M3 CSL: Triple Pleasure
Owners and fans of the famous Bavarian brand consider themselves to be sophisticated drivers, for good measure, because BMW cars have always been driving. By the way, the slogan of…

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