Two more Soviet mystery kit cars

My friend Joe Lee wrote in with a couple more mystery Soviet kit cars. The red one is from the Ukraine and is named a “Gorin”, which he thinks was the name of the builder… It looks sort of like a chunky BMW M1 (or chunky Aquila) to me. The car is built on a sixties Mosckovich chassis and driveline, and the windshield is out of a Volga. The yellow one was built in Bulgaria in the seventies, with a Lada engine and driveline. It’s currently for sale in a village for $1,700.

4 Responses

  1. Kyle says:

    lol i was totally thinking lada b4 i read that. how i cought that ill never know… somethin about the tail lights. I think just the fact that I know what a lada is is kinda scary.

  2. Battalgazi says:

    The yellow car is Anadol STC-16 not a Lada…it was produced by Otosan in Istanbul Turkey, between 1973-1975.About 175 of these cars build by Otosan…

    for more info

  3. venom says:

    the prson who know yellow car’ driver pls add me

  4. mustafa says:

    yellow car owner contact with me I want to buy it..

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