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Gaz

Gaz (Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod) is a vehicl manufacture based in Nizhny Novgorod, and was started in 1929 under the name Naz as a collaboration between the Ford Motor Company and the Soviet Union.
GAZ fuel distribution truck Ukraine Taken near Vinnitsia Ukraine august 27th 2009. These trucks are notorious for being very slow,cruisi...
MAZ Truck, Ukraine mobile workshop with welding plant at Balaclava bay Ukraine 7 october 2009
Gaz truck in Mongolia A russian Gaz truck transporting yurts in the Mongolian steppe Mongolia, summer 2011
GAZ-3302 Van for transportation of bread and pastry. Bakery owned by "Khlebodar" Photo taken in Omsk Russia ...
GAZ-3302 in Omsk, Russia Flatbed truck with a tent. Carrying capacity of 1.5 tons. Owned by the construction company "Mostov...
GAZ-3302 light truck Long wheelbase modification of the most popular light truck in Russia. Transportation of empty plast...
GAZ-53-12 Fuel tank. Truck was manufactured until 1992. Payload - 4500 kg. Gasoline 8-cylinder engine with 120...
GAZ-33104 Valdai Very similar in appearance to the "Gazelle". Capacity - 3.5 tonnes. Diesel Power - 120 hp In the pic...
GAZ-3307 Postal van "Pochta Rossii" (Russian Post) Omsk, Russia, 02.21.2013.
Gaz 52/53 Gaz 52/53 See also picture #21124 Electric public company Odessa - Ukraine October 2013
Gaz 52/53 Gaz 52/53 See also picture #21123 Electric public company Odessa - Ukraine October 2013
Gaz 52/53 Gaz 52/53 Transport Truck Odessa - Ukraine October 2013

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