Oldtimer picture gallery. Trucks. GAZ-60.
Years of production:
1938 - 1942. Designed by NATI in 1936 as NATI-V3.
Overall production: ? units. Only one is known, it's photo is here.
If you know another one in any condition, please let me know.
Half-track 1,2-ton conversion of GAZ-AA
Engine: GAZ-M, 50hp/2800rpm, 4-cyl, 4-stroke SV, 3285cc, engine weight - 248 kg
Bore/Stroke: 98.43/107.95 mm
Length: 5335mm, width: 2360mm, height: 2100mm
Wheelbase (to centre of bogies): 3340mm, road clearance: ?mm
Gearbox: 4 speeds and 2-speed auxiliary box
Weight: 3520 kg
Maximal speed: 35 km/h
Tyres: 6,50-20 inches
Fuel tank capacity: 40 L
Fuel consumption: 57,0 L/100km (with tracks)
Some were used as base for anti-aircraft mashine guns. Also prototype with gas producer engine existed.
Photos are from:
Chris Pitman's GAZ album, Woombye, Queensland, Australia,
Denis Orlov, automobile history journalist, Moscow,
Bart Vanderveen's book "Historic Military Vehicles Directory", An After The Battle publication,
Lev Shugurov's book "Avtomobili Rossii i SSSR", izdatelstvo ILBI, Moscow, 1994.
Thanks for help to Jan Szatan, Poland (homepage).
"Afisha-MIR" magazine, ¹02(14) 2005, page 81 (Russia).
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Last updated 12 VII 2005. Andrei Bogomolov. Contact Information.