Asphalt was carved out of this Soviet police car

At the time, the VAZ 2101, better known as the “thousand” Lada or Zsiguli, was a quality car longed for by us in the eastern block. The type now has a nostalgic value, they are already asking for amazing amounts for pieces in excellent condition.

Of course, this nostalgia, the need to recall the Soviet past, is even stronger in the successor states of the Soviet Union, and the subject of our article is a good example of this. (Let’s add that there is certainly much less of this in Ukraine by now, and this vehicle has a Ukrainian license plate.)

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Asphalt was carved out of this Soviet police car

Although Zsiguli is far from factory, it is spotless thanks to its careful and thorough work, and it is special both in terms of paint and chestnut.

As in our country, in the Soviet Union, in addition to the Volga and Muscovites, the police also used Zsigulik, this Zigiga was painted by the patrol cars of that time, and flashes and sirens were added for maximum authenticity.

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While the paintwork is very timeless, the bodywork is just the opposite, and no policeman drove it at the time, as Zsiguli was seated in the “Kolobok” tuning direction, receiving brutal fender widenings, bumpers and sill extensions. The picture is completed by black steel rims and wide tires – not the sausages of the thousands, that’s for sure.

Unfortunately, the Carakoom, which showcases that car, doesn’t even know if the performance is worthy of the spectacle, which is whether the drive has also been tuned. Assuming they didn’t touch it, the car is still propelled by a 1,198-centimeter, in-line four-cylinder engine with its 60 horsepower.

This Hungarian work is close ..!

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