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UAZ-452
UAZ 452 front q
Manufacturer Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant
Production Russia

UAZ-452 / UAZ-3741 («Bukhanka», «Tabletka») is a family of unique off-road vans produced at the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant.

Serial production of the UAZ-452 started in 1965. The engine is from the GAZ-21.

UAZ 452 rear q

UAZ-452 rear

UAZ-452

UAZ-452 right side

The UAZ-452 is a 4x4 off road development of the 4x2 UAZ-450 van. Because of the external similarities with a loaf of bread, the car became known as Буханка («Bukhanka», "loaf") in Russian. The car is produced in the body (wagon) and the airborne version (tadpole). The body of the car can be equipped with single side doors and folding doors at the rear (door hinges on the specific modifications).

ModelsEdit

UAZ 452-colors of military police

UAZ-452 of the Soviet Army Road Police

List of current UAZ-452 models[1]

  • UAZ-2206 - 6 to 11 seat Minibus
  • UAZ 3303 (UAZ452D)- single cab pickup truck
  • UAZ 3741 - 850 kg load carrying all metal cargo van
  • UAZ 3909 - "фермер" (farmer), carries 6 passengers and 450 kg of cargo in an isolated compartment (passenger compartment is separated off from the window).
    • UAZ-3909i — military ambulance with a red cross on the roof and the bonnet
  • UAZ 3962 - "sanitarki" ambulance, can accommodate up to 9 people, or the equivalent load.
    • UAZ 39625 - strict passenger and cargo version of the 3962
  • UAZ 39094 - Crewcab Pickup truck with a 10 cm metal platform with a wooden floor, which is equipped with a removable frame tent and awning, 3 dropsides. Cargo bed replaceable by utility and special service bodies.

NotesEdit

This article brought over from the Russian Wikipedia article.

See alsoEdit

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