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RAF-977
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Manufacturer Riga Autobus Factory
Production 1958-1976
Assembly RAF Factory, Jelgava, Latvia
ErAZ Factory, Yerevan, Armenia
Successor RAF-2203
Body style(s) 10-passenger minibus or a regular van[1]
Engine(s) 4-cylinder 2445cc producing 75hp/4000rpm[1]
Transmission(s) 3-speed manual[1]
Wheelbase 2,700 mm (106 in)[1]
Length 4,900 mm (193 in)[1]
Width 1,815 mm (71 in)[1]
Height 2,110 mm (83 in)[1]
Curb weight 1675 kg[1]
Related GAZ-21 Volga
ERAZ-762

The RAF-977 was a Soviet (now Latvian) van made by Riga Autobus Factory based on components from the GAZ-21 Volga. It was introduced in 1958 in a variety of styles including a 10-seat minibus and a cargo van. In 1962, an updated version called the RAF-977D was put into production but due to insufficient factory size at the RAF plant in Latvia, production moved to the ErAZ factory in Yerevan, Armenia, in 1966.[2]

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