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Old 09-03-2004, 04:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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GAZ 67? Where can I find one?

I thought it would make for a kick ass buildup. Where can i find one of those GAZ 67's?

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I thought it would make for a kick ass buildup. Where can i find one of those GAZ 67's?

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But why you want GAZ-67? It's rare and nearly impossible to find it here in any good condition. maybe you mean GAZ-69? And how you want to import it to USA? You have so much nice cars there to start a buildup - why you need our crap? I want to build a buggy with just front part of 69 - hood, radiator grille and engine bay sides - just to make a look of 69. But if i had a willys - i'd better build something from it. There's SRC club website address in your signature - you should know Sam Silveira and his Slinky Willys then!

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Ah! You might be brother of Sergei Andruha! I know him - we met in Moscow! I've added you to my ICQ list. Let's talk there.

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Old 09-07-2004, 06:32 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Here in Finland we still have quite lot of 69's thanks to military. In military auctions they selling old gazes but prices are up to 2000. I think there was only two of them for sale this year. Military has sold allmost all 69's earlier and nowadays they have shitloads of uazes which are techically quite identical as gaz-69's. 67's are so rare that i think i've never seen one? Other than military there is many private sources selling gaz-69 and prices start from couples hunder euros. Russians have new version gaz ???? combat which is retro version of 69' but i dont know if it is only prototype model?

Gaz-69 from military auction
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/kuvat/kalkku2003/kalkku2003%20(7).JPG

Here's Zags rig made from GAZ-69
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/g-69.htm

Jukka's GAZ
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/jukka.htm

Ilkka and his widened gaz
http://g-69foorumi.no-ip.com/kuvat/k...nleveegaz2.JPG

Tommis gaz
http://g-69foorumi.no-ip.com/kuvat/k...vateningaz.JPG
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Ah! You might be brother of Sergei Andruha! I know him - we met in Moscow! I've added you to my ICQ list. Let's talk there.

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My ICQ is long gone. You have AOL IM?

Why do I want to build a GAZ? Simple, it has not been done. I just want to use the body and build my own ride off that. It is very similar to a Willy's. I know Sam, and Yes, Sergei is my bro. He told me about the time he met you. Sorry about your crappy luck there. Anyway, Add me to your IM list and we can talk there.

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Old 09-07-2004, 10:42 AM   #8 (permalink)
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As far as importing them, you might want to talk to Cold War Remarketing here in Colorado - they somehow got a Ural (basically the russian version of the 5 ton, maybe a bit beefier, I recall the owner saying it was like an 8 ton truck) back to the states.

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Here in Finland we still have quite lot of 69's thanks to military. In military auctions they selling old gazes but prices are up to 2000. I think there was only two of them for sale this year. Military has sold allmost all 69's earlier and nowadays they have shitloads of uazes which are techically quite identical as gaz-69's. 67's are so rare that i think i've never seen one? Other than military there is many private sources selling gaz-69 and prices start from couples hunder euros. Russians have new version gaz ???? combat which is retro version of 69' but i dont know if it is only prototype model?

Gaz-69 from military auction
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/kuvat/kalkku2003/kalkku2003%20(7).JPG

Here's Zags rig made from GAZ-69
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/g-69.htm

Jukka's GAZ
http://www.phnet.fi/public/mika.jussilainen/jukka.htm

Ilkka and his widened gaz
http://g-69foorumi.no-ip.com/kuvat/k...nleveegaz2.JPG

Tommis gaz
http://g-69foorumi.no-ip.com/kuvat/k...vateningaz.JPG

Come awn..... How did you forgot our GAZ 69???

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here is GAZ history
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What kind of axles come in these rigs? I really think they look kinda cool, and it would be a huge bonus if they came with portals of sorts. How about suspension, and drivetrain in general? I can't get any specific info on this stuff.

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I just want to see you walk into AutoZone and ask for parts:

"Yes, I have a GAZ-69, I'm going to need a rear mitzick seal, a phlogiston shaft and of course a new set of harston lines."
"um.. is that a Chevy?"
"No it's a Russian infantry transport vehicle."
"You some sort of commie?"



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I just want to see you walk into AutoZone and ask for parts:

"Yes, I have a GAZ-69, I'm going to need a rear mitzick seal, a phlogiston shaft and of course a new set of harston lines."
"um.. is that a Chevy?"
"No it's a Russian infantry transport vehicle."
"You some sort of commie?"



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I wanna see you walk into Auto Zone and ask for parts to a 68 FJ40.

"I need a rear heater for a 68 FJ40."
"Is that a Jeep?"
"Nope, Toyota"
"Does it have A/C, What axles are under it, what is the motor,..."
"forget it"

What I am saying is this: It will not be stock by any means, so it will have different axles, motor, t-case, tranny,.... Basically the Shell of a GAZ. Totally different.

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Old 09-08-2004, 07:12 AM   #14 (permalink)
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What kind of axles come in these rigs? I really think they look kinda cool, and it would be a huge bonus if they came with portals of sorts. How about suspension, and drivetrain in general? I can't get any specific info on this stuff.

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If we talk about 69s - there's nothing special at all - old ~2.4L carbed petrol engine, stupid "bolted halves" housing (can't remember the name of the system) full-floater axles, leaf springs (no reversed shackles in front), stand alone t-case. Only body is interesting for its style. Maybe just find the way to import those sheetmetal parts to you?

Btw it will be cool to me - russian in USA has a russian car-styled buggy!

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Where can I get a complete body for this? Any places to look?

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Where can I get a complete body for this? Any places to look?

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I have no idea where to look for a complete body - there're complete trucks here in good condition for sale, but for unreasonable prices. For example look here:
http://cars.auto.ru/gaz/69/

I think this idea will cost you $$$!

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Are there any junkyards out there that would ahve some of these rides? Maybe in Siberia area, or whatever.

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Old 09-08-2004, 10:28 AM   #18 (permalink)
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Are there any junkyards out there that would ahve some of these rides? Maybe in Siberia area, or whatever.

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Have no idea about Siberia. There're a lot of junkyards for imported cars, but for domestic - haven't heard of. I tried to find just a body for buggy project - found one, without docs for $400 but without docs. How do you plan to import it from here?
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Rusty, I want to build a family buggy...

Andrey, Importing is as simple as making up some papers, and having it registered in Russia for a few hours. I wonder if I have any family left out there.

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Rusty, I want to build a family buggy...

Andrey, Importing is as simple as making up some papers, and having it registered in Russia for a few hours. I wonder if I have any family left out there.

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If you want to build a BUGGY why you need whole body, not just side panels, doors, hood metal, front fenders and windshield frame? no floors, no firewall - this will be much easier!

Look what i want to build based on 69' docs and front metal:
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That is pretty bad. Where can I get the hood and what not for the rig? I would really like to run the sides as well, but if it is that muych work, I may have to pass and go all tubes.

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What the hell is that? Kinda cool looking actually.

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Old 09-08-2004, 04:02 PM   #25 (permalink)
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What the hell is that? Kinda cool looking actually.

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Agreed. I was wanting a hardtop GAZ 69, & I know I've seen one. Eventually located it - turns out the dude MADE the hardtop. Those Volvos would be sweet too

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