ZIL-130 (ZIL-431410)
Manufacturer ZIL
Production 1962-94 Soviet Union USSR, Russia Russia
Predecessor ZIL-164
Successor ZIL-431410
Class trucks
Engine(s) 8 cylinder, carbureted, 5,969 cc, 170 hp @ 3,600 rpm
Transmission(s) manual
Curb weight 4,300 kg (9,500 lb)
Fuel capacity 170 litres (44.9 US gal/37.4 imp gal)
Related ZIL-131
ZiL-130 & ZiL-131

Two Zil-130's, both of Ukrainian electrical service. The second one has a replaced cabin from a Zil-131.

ZIL-130 is a Soviet/Russian truck designed and developed by ZIL, Moscow, Russia. It replaced the older ZIL-164. First prototypes were built in 1958. Produced since 1962, mass produced since 1964. Was one of the most popular cargo trucks in the USSR and Russia, in total ZIL made 3,380,000 up to 1994. Since 1995, production moved to the Urals Motor Plant (UamZ, and was renamed as the UamZ-43140).

Modifications Edit

During all times of production there were two global modernizations of ZIL-130 in 1966 and 1977. After the second one the radiator enclosure was changed

Model variants;
  • ZIL-130 Prototype 1958
  • ZIL-130 Prototype 1962
  • ZIL-130-66 — modification 1966
  • ZIL-130-76 — modification 1976
  • ZIL-130-80 — modification 1980
  • ZIL-130 А
  • ZIL-130 В
  • ZIL-130 В1 tractor
  • ZIL-130 В1-76
  • ZIL-130 Г with longer base
  • ZIL-130 Г1
  • ZIL-130 Г1-76
  • ZIL-130 ГУ with extra long base
  • ZIL-130 ГУ-76
  • ZIL-130 Д
  • ZIL-130 Д1
  • ZIL-130 Д1Ш
  • ZIL-130 Д2
  • ZIL-130 Е
  • ZIL-130 К
  • ZIL-130 КШ
  • ZIL-130 Н
  • ZIL-130 С — Northern variant
  • ZIL-130 С-76
  • ZIL-130 Ш
  • ZIL-MMZ 130С
  • ZIL-MMZ 130П
  • ZIL-138 А — gas-container variant

Since 1986 in accordance to the branch standard OST 37.001-269-83 the ZIL-130 series received new indexes: ZIL-431410 (ZIL-130), ZIL-431510 (ZIL-130Г), ZIL-441510 (ZIL-130В1), ZIL-431810 (ZIL-138), ZIL-431610 (ZIL-138А), etc.[citation needed]

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