GAZ-21 (1936) Diecast Model Black Truck
Material: Diecast and plastic
Condition: new in original packaging
GAZ-21 is a Soviet experimental off-road vehicle. In mass production did not go, although about a hundred machines were manufactured.
It has nothing to do with the much later "Volga" GAZ-21.
In 1936, under the guidance of the design engineer Vitaly Andreevich Grachev, an experienced off-road vehicle was built under the designation GAZ-21. It was a pickup (later there was a sedan and a ramble-sieve, the latter - under the designation GAZ-25) with high sides and three bridges, of which the leading two were rear (the formula was 6 × 4). The cab, clutch, and gearbox were borrowed from GAZ-AA, the front of the car, including the engine and the bridge, was taken from the M-1. The frame was specially designed. Between the front axle and the rear trolley, support skating rinks were installed (as on BRDM-1).
The tests showed a sufficiently high driving performance of the GAZ-21. The "cargo" four-speed manual transmission allowed to double the power range of the transmission of the car in comparison with the "Emka", thanks to which, in combination with a smaller one and a half times the specific pressure on the ground, the load capacity of 950 kg and high throughput were provided (which was also promoted by high ground clearance - 220 mm).
Meanwhile, the car had and significant drawbacks - the complexity of the transmission, cumbersome, overweight, less reliability. The designers of GAZ later managed to prove to the military the futility of the three-axle scheme, instead of using it in the production model, the development of the "60th" family of GAZ cars was started, which had a layout with two leading bridges - GAZ-61, later GAZ-64 and GAZ-67.
On the basis of the GAZ-21 was created an experienced armored car BA-21, which is actually a three-axle version of the BA-20.
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