The 1988 Volga GAZ 24-10 Is a Hilariously Bad Soviet Russian Car

11 feb 2021
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The Volga GAZ 24-10 is a Soviet car -- and a poorly built, laughably outdated one. Today I'm reviewing the GAZ 24-10, and I'm going to show you all the quirks and features of a Soviet car that lagged far behind what we had in North America. I'm also going to drive the Volga and show you what it's like on the road.
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  • 24-10 actually makes sense, there is whole system for all Soviet cars, which is still in use, first digit means range of max weight of the car, other digits is type of the car and modifications, for example VAZ 2101, KAMAZ 4310

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  • The pills are, if you going too drunk, it is activated carbon, also works for fake alcohol.

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  • even today, in 2021 i would love to drive this instead of newest mercedes benz.

    Alex KashitskyAlex KashitskyPirms Stundas
  • Worth car presentation ever. Maybe start to shooting videos hoh to boil a water or making popcor, Stay out of cars

    Darko SrbisDarko SrbisPirms Stundas
  • In Soviet Russia, Car drives You.

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  • Man I want to watch this.....but 3 min in....I just cannot stand listening to this guy anymore. Clearly there are 3.93M people out there that know something that I don't.

    Davesnothere ManDavesnothere ManPirms 2 Stundām
  • Sometimes I stop watching Doug. Am I a bad person?

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  • I don’t see what’s so funny better than all the electronic crap on cars today that fucks up all the time.

    Craig KaschanCraig KaschanPirms 2 Stundām
  • I had the chance to ride in one of these cars. It was very basic and was not impressive at all. The majoraty of these cars that I saw in ukraine , only had half the door panels. I was there in 1991. At first I thougt it was an old 60s car, but was told it was only a few years old. It reminded me of the old 60s ford comet. About the first aid kit. In russia at the time every ambulance had a doctor in it capable of doing surgery. They did not always have all the supplies they needed and you would supply your own meds. Thus the doc could grab the first aid kit. Also I rarely saw one that ran on more than three cylinders. Hope thats some useful info.

    winfried kloeserwinfried kloeserPirms 3 Stundām
    • What you've been doing in Ukraine?

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  • From now on only all dislikes for all your videos.... you just showed us all what a douch you are....

    Kate KKate KPirms 3 Stundām
  • You are laughing doug every minute about it.... so dumb..... I bet you wouldn’t survive one year living back in Soviet Union..... be glad that you are in US and it’s 2020 not 1980s..... easy life for you.....

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  • 18:12 "It never really got warm in communist Russia" I can't tell if he's being serious, but based on the obnoxious yet seemingly sincere tone of the video, I'll assume he really is. Despite the political party in power, it really did get warm in the country quite a lot you clown. Do at least a little research. This is a fascinating vehicle despite (Maybe even because of) its flaws, and there is much to say about it beyond idiotic giggles. Shame

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  • The reason the radio antenna went down is because people would steal them. It's also why you took your windshield wipers with you whenever you left your car. If I'm not mistaken it was the law in some Eastern European countries under Soviet control for cars to have emergency kits.

    Cher AmiCher AmiPirms 3 Stundām
  • "Ha-ha, imagine, who would want a FREE FIRST AID KIT in Soviet Russia, where there were bad to literally no roads and extremely harsh climate conditions, it makes absolutely no sense am I right guys? Just how hilarious is it??? Ha-ha-ha"

    thirteen37thirteen37Pirms 3 Stundām
  • That liquid is definitely vodka!!

    CHALK772CHALK772Pirms 3 Stundām
  • Yah. It suited USSR. It feels like the future US car in a green economy.

    Dushan MilinovichDushan MilinovichPirms 4 Stundām
  • This guy seems to think that just because it's Russian it's stupid. Not every vehicle Russian or otherwise is like American vehicles. But this bozo seems to think that just because it's different it's garbage. Pretty narrow minded if you ask me.

    C.D.WolfC.D.WolfPirms 4 Stundām
  • If you had that car in the USSR you were filthy rich. Oddly it was also used as a taxi.

    georgianboratgeorgianboratPirms 4 Stundām
  • Cars in the USSR were built for rough conditions, ie unpaved roads, weather, etc. Simplicity of design helps driver keep car maintained. USSR didn't have services (hospitals etc) in abundance like in the USA. This car will probably be around for a very long time.

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  • Чёрные таблетки это ремни безопасности для задних пассажиров

    Чёрный ПлащЧёрный ПлащPirms 4 Stundām
  • When you consider that back in the 80's most Soviet roads were little more than dirt tracks except in towns and cities, this car would be quite adequate for daily transport.

    Neil FosterNeil FosterPirms 4 Stundām
  • I love soviet era cars

    John DixJohn DixPirms 4 Stundām
  • These cars along with ladas and moscovitch keep running in cuba.

    Xavier ContrerasXavier ContrerasPirms 4 Stundām
  • Pompous fool

    tkeus991tkeus991Pirms 5 Stundām
  • very arrogant....

    Srdjan VujosevicSrdjan VujosevicPirms 5 Stundām
  • Many times, especially concerning cars and me,, less is better.

    Arrhur DunlapArrhur DunlapPirms 5 Stundām
  • liquified polonium included in the first aid kits......just in case needed to flavor a hot cup of tea!

    Kumar IyerKumar IyerPirms 5 Stundām
  • The equivalent to this car would be one of the k cars, like the Dodge Aries. Want to guess how much horsepower that made? Anywhere between 65-100 horsepower. 0-60 in about 15 seconds, carbureted of course. Comparing this car to an ls400 is disingenuous at best. Similarly, cassette decks were relatively uncommon until the 80's anywhere, and rear seatbelts weren't compulsory equipment until roughly this period anywhere. The UK didn't mandate them until 1986. India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and many other developing nations still don't mandate rear seatbelts or package them outside of luxury cars. Similarly, the aries had no door storage and had an even worse interior. Also I don't see the hilarity of including acetaminophen and iodine in an 80's first aid kit. Also, about the build and driving experience, the lack of power steering, the high ride height and soft suspension are all due to necessity. Many of the roads in russia and eastern europe are still underdeveloped to this day. You need a simple, rugged, reliable and easily repairable vehicle for those conditions

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  • In soviet russia, cars prescribe pills to you.

    Samuel DuvalSamuel DuvalPirms 6 Stundām
  • There's nothing wrong with this car, and a lot of western cars made at the same year were much worse. But Doug is not a real journalist, he just regurgitates stereotypes to get attention.

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  • all i see with that car medkit is ... Welcome to Tarkov. @pestily @aquafps @deadlyslob

    Dustin AndersonDustin AndersonPirms 6 Stundām
  • These Volgas are amazing, bulletproof, they were used as taxis well into 00's. They could be fixed anywhere (even has a little light under the hood, no other car does) and you could help others in case of an accident (that little first aid kit has everything). What a know-nothing bozo!

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  • They couldn't even get the name right, it's spelled Vulgar, not Volga.

    kik Urasskik UrassPirms 6 Stundām
  • Yeah, I kinda agree with other critiques of your review of this car. Western lux it isn’t, it never was expected to be compared that way. It’s construction is likely way below western manufacture standards too. So ok, fine it’s a poor cousin to western cars of the same era. But that first aid kit, comes in mighty handy when the nearest EMT services are over an hour away, if at all. That switched light under the hood, nice to have. The ‘cloth’ strap, looks more like a woven copper or steel grounding strap, perhaps that’s a single wire hot lead to that light? The lack of a tach? If you drive a stick, you know when to shift; it’s not necessary like it seems to be in Fast&Furious. The other gauges, easily read, and understood. They’re not info hogs. That battery gauge is more likely showing you the generator status, is it charging the system or discharging. And those air control knobs, simple fresh/hot mixing controls. There’s not a part on that car that you couldn’t put a wrench on yourself and fix. That’s a dying art with today’s cars. I’d say it compares to a late production year VW Beetle than a Lexus.

    Mike StuttMike StuttPirms 6 Stundām
  • In ussr, you had one priority and one priority only ... not to improve anything, but rather to keep yourself, your supervisor, and your work group THE HELL out of trouble with The Party. Period. That’s it; and it’s all that matters. The modern capitalist mind has great difficulty understanding the economic realities of the communist system of the cold-war soviet union ... it was this way most of my life, until Reagan and Thatcher used the “arms race” to cause the Soviets to spend themselves into bankruptcy and oblivion, culminating in the fall of the Berlin wall, and the ultimate dissolution of the USSR. I doubt this is even taught in modern U.S. public schools.

    Kenneth VaughanKenneth VaughanPirms 6 Stundām
  • Those blank switches at 9:45 might be for additional equipment (police, KGB etc) idk if this particular model was used by them, but the factory made other cars for them with beefed up engines.

    Paweł PiłatPaweł PiłatPirms 6 Stundām
  • This is no different from many cheap cars sold all over europe in that time. This looks like a good experience, with good engineering. Like a luxury Skoda from the same era

    KyleKylePirms 7 Stundām
  • Wanted to know more about this neat car, but yer too frikkin annoying in your panning it. Couldn't continue watching.

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  • Communism is so progressive. Progressivism is so commie.

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  • I like it.It reminds me of my 1983 Mercedes Benz 240-D. Nice,simple and clean design.

    Steve ArmstrongSteve ArmstrongPirms 7 Stundām
  • We get it, Doug: you think it's funny to mock the financial hardship of other people because "communism bad! >:( ". Pinpointing every perceived flaw you can and using that to make snooty jokes about poverty is low-hanging fruit, but nevertheless shameful. It's painfully obvious that you took no time to look up anything about this car and instead decided to bash it even though most of what you said is either incorrect or heavily opinionated (which means next to nothing because, again, you were biased from the start). The Soviet Union was struggling in the 80's because of cruel US sanctions designed to cripple the Soviet economy (and, by consequence, hurt innocent people), so they didn't exactly have money to waste on R&D for their automotive industry. Not everyone cares about how many stitches there are in their Alcantara seats or where the clock in their dash was assembled. The average Soviet citizen in the market for a car just wanted reliable transportation with a little bit of personality, so that's that manufactures produced. They cared about reliability and longevity rather than planned obsolescence and extravagance. So, maybe "commie" cars look a bit outdated given their release date, but they still fulfilled the role they need to fill. Let us remember: the best selling car in the US in 1988 was the Ford Escort. It had early throttle body injection which was _barely_ better than carburation, it was a pile of junk like almost every Ford of that era because their QC was almost non-existent, and most of the things you complain about that the GAZ 24-10 lacks weren't standard on the Escort either. I challenge you to find me 5 '88 Escorts that aren't rusted in half AND still running with minimal issues. You can find countless Soviet cars driving around today in Russia as people continue to use them as their daily drivers. I know you'll probably never read this comment, or you'll probably just ignore it if you do, but I just wanted to let you know how much of an smug, arrogant douchebag you come off as.

    frechieguyfrechieguyPirms 7 Stundām
  • Dude you are so annoying criticizing every small thing and laughing like an idiot every second.The car is pretty much ok for 1988. You analyze this car through the view of recent new cars.Completely unfair and unprofessional.👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

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  • When you look at the Mercedes 240 series, there are some similarities in the body style. Plate [C]

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  • Even though this particular Volga was manufactured in 1988, the same model has been in production since the 1970s, so you are technically comparing cars with 20 years of difference, which is not a fair comparison at all.

    Alex MalniataAlex MalniataPirms 7 Stundām
  • You may surely laugh, Doug, but it's also you, who is comparing this wonderful car from the 70's with the iconic automobiles like Mercedes, Bentley and Rolce Royce. I like that 😎 being proud Volga owner.

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  • That whole interior is stolen 60/70s mercedes

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  • The speedo goes up to 200 kmh bc some of these had modified 5.5 L V8’s (mostly government vehicles, still 200kmh is a far stretch ).This car is notable for its reliability, a lot of them went over 1 mil kilometers and with the Soviet Union taking up half of the world at the time, comfort wasn’t the top priority - it was reliability/accessibility and affordability. You could’ve done better research.

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  • "iN SoViEt rUsSiA"..proceeds to slap knees for 22 minutes.

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  • Even if I am interested, I could never watch his videos for longer than 2 minutes. He Is so annoying

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  • I used to think you're a smart guy. But man when you're promoting your American Capitalism your become so stupid. Your Car knowledge just goes outside the room, no objectivity just mocking Soviet Union car.

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  • It could have been an interesting video with an interesting car from a different part of the world from a different time era, If Doug would not act and giggle like a 9 year old girl the entire video.

    JohnVanDerDoeJohnVanDerDoePirms 8 Stundām
  • Your sense of humor has real issues !

    zizo 246zizo 246Pirms 9 Stundām
  • Because idiots like you don't understand Russia is bigger then USA and lots of places where is no people, city's, then any on can fix car by himself not like unless Americans not be able to even hanging a tyre. And people in Russia the are not so fat like us people. Simple car any on can fix with basic tools, duck tape and peace of wire. This is nice car for drivers not idiots like you. How will be able to fix lexus on a middle syberia, yeti with computer. This car have no sense only to you.

    Adrian FaldaAdrian FaldaPirms 9 Stundām
  • Did you mention it was made in 1988 I didn't quite catch the way my first car had a shovel for a first aid kit

    Rudi TheDogRudi TheDogPirms 9 Stundām
  • i really hope this is a joke because this is the most american review ever lmaoo, most euro cars looked like this and had these features in the 80s, also idk about the whole europe but in my country you dont need to wear a seatbelt in the back seats

    MikeyyMikeyyPirms 9 Stundām
  • you laughed so much for that first aid kit only because veh is from USSR...that med kit saved are totally not professional and you either apologize or be dumb ass...ofc veh is bad no comunist country ever made good car...if you educate your self about comunism it will be clear why...

    Aleksandar VidicAleksandar VidicPirms 9 Stundām
  • americans started with keyless entry in the 80s, they also first started with automatic transmissions, very lazy nation

    MikeyyMikeyyPirms 9 Stundām
  • The whole Soviet Union wasn’t cold Doug . Georgia and Kazakstan get pretty hot in the summer.

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  • Словесный понос

    TheWinwin4allTheWinwin4allPirms 9 Stundām
  • It’s not that hilarious 🤷‍♂️

    John QuillJohn QuillPirms 9 Stundām
  • Сколько снобизма :) Это классический автомобиль, уже. Контекст нужно учитывать :)

    mr_bin_ssmr_bin_ssPirms 9 Stundām
  • But it gets 300 hectares on a single tank of kerosene

    Mitch ReillyMitch ReillyPirms 10 Stundām
  • I think Doug is mocking this car way too much. There are lots of other European cars similar to this Volga. Actually American cars in the 70s and 80s were of such poor quality they lost a huge market share to both Japan and Germany. The K Car was a ugly gutless wonder. My friend had a Lada (Fiat based) in the 80's a four door orange with beige interior. He drove the livin' snot out of it and it took it! What I thought was terrible on it was the upholstery completely disintegrated from UV on the top of the back seat. More important today's is that Russian fighters are couldn't be more deadly.

    Dave KeelerDave KeelerPirms 10 Stundām
  • When you take the 🍭 out of your mouth DOUG

    Piet VerkampenPiet VerkampenPirms 10 Stundām
  • SEHR arrogant..... aber lustig

    M HM HPirms 10 Stundām
  • I'm from the former Eastern Block - Bulgaria to be precise, and I can tell you, that if you had a Volga back in the day, you were the bomb! :D It's true that it ain't perfect, but it was the top vehicle round here...

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  • And I thought Opals were bad...🤦🏻‍♂️

    King LouisVKing LouisVPirms 10 Stundām
  • kinda neat car actually.

    David MuenchowDavid MuenchowPirms 10 Stundām
  • the first video ever of Doug where I question his knowledge of old cars ..... as many things are typical features and of course if it was designed in the 60s/70s, it would still have them in the 80s. And why not translating the liquid contents and inform us of their way of thinking whats necessary after crashes or for genereal first aid? I love the GAZ before the 24 and they e.g. copied a lot of design from mercedes... you can really see it on the older models. That would be more informative than an classic american capitalist bashing of ussr products where they really had to fight for every piece of metal and upgrade in the jungle of bureaucracy and shortage of materials.... anyways. nice that someone has fun :D

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  • Awsome review, Sir!

    TygaTheOneTygaTheOnePirms 10 Stundām
  • I'm just going to be honest, this is a good looking car.

    Chris LuehrmannChris LuehrmannPirms 11 Stundām
  • In Russia you don't ride car.. the car rides you

    Hiranmoy GhoshHiranmoy GhoshPirms 11 Stundām
  • Seems like it shouldn't have been THAT slow--100 horsepower was actually pretty good in the 1980s. I know my 1987 Mazda B2000 pickup didn't have that much power. And it had the same useless cup holder divots on the inside of the glove box lid.

    Gabriel CherryGabriel CherryPirms 11 Stundām
  • those bottles in the first aid are vodka!

    shit boyshit boyPirms 11 Stundām
  • Doug the type of guy that never heard of activated charcoal pills.. Clueless dude for sure. For Doug's information, the speedo is same for 5.5 V8 also

    NikoNikoPirms 11 Stundām
  • We Americans are so spoiled. It's not easy to mass-produce quality. The Russians made the best AFV's of WW2, and on a mass scale. That they couldn't make a car as good as our worst line of autos was amazing, but true. Well, the Brits made the Rolls Royce and they never made a great car for the common man. Well, one that ran for 3 days in a row at least...

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  • Great video Doug, the first aid kit bit was hilarious

    Jack FloydJack FloydPirms 11 Stundām
  • The only thing that made Soviet cars good is their suspension. It is literally unbreakable.

  • horribly like american cars today lol... still with v8 still with 4 galons for 100 km(oo you are using miles stil-,was laughing when your Voyager missed Mars just cause all was counted in miles lol) fuel usage.? in ayear 2021? seriose?... Corea making more when half american branded cars and doing that better when laugh carefully lol. btw even that laughably car with galon can drive 3 times longer distance when your american car same years. Volga - luxior? are you idiote?it was just car used by administration nothing more... never luxior lol. i born in USSR now its maby 20 years im living in EU-you know i gonna buy one Volga if i gonna find one, just for nostalgy.... but i never gona buy one car made in USA in a year 2021 cause to say true nothing to choose....btw i gladly can buy mustang, camaro, dodge made in 1970 or about but right now- better run and hide- american cars pile off crap to compare with EU or Japan made laughs who laughs last... Ps... advice- if you wanna make nice videos and earn some popularity- leave emotions beside and give more technical info...

    rol Lukrol LukPirms 11 Stundām
  • This is a med kit ! It have important stuff that can safe you coz you never know what's gonna happen in 90s wild Russia run by mobsters and corruption + its a huge country with a lot of unpopulated areas... so I don't see how is that funny 😐 I quess ignorance is a bless...

    StasStasPirms 12 Stundām
  • Any European car nut could stage the same sarcastic DeMuro-ish attitude when talking about American cars of the late 70s. But he wouldn't do it just because he is more educated.

    Andrea MassaraAndrea MassaraPirms 12 Stundām
    • In the 70's? That was when us shitty production was just starting. Go compare a k car to this, like the plymouth reliant and tell me how it stacks up, for more than double the original price

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  • Hey, americans! Wanna hear a fun fact? Many of those old classic American cars you still see on the roads in Cuba, which you admire so much, actually have GAZ-24 and Lada's engines in them now 🤣

    Anton A.Anton A.Pirms 12 Stundām
  • Kinda sad that grown man does not know charcoal.......

    InzaCzInzaCzPirms 12 Stundām
  • Those 200 km/h are there for a reason. The KGB knew why ;)

    baginatorabaginatoraPirms 12 Stundām
  • To be fair, GAZ-24 was designed back in 1970, thus, calling it "80's car" (and comparing it to those), is incorrect, to say the least. But yeah, by 1988 it was definitely outdated.

    Anton A.Anton A.Pirms 12 Stundām
  • 14:08 pain relief, maybe?

    Stangboy PrimeStangboy PrimePirms 12 Stundām
  • a Soviet Toyota Cressida I guess

    Joniel Joseph MontesaJoniel Joseph MontesaPirms 12 Stundām
  • Pills tiz cyanide USSR very big so crash long way from home cyanide fix no suffer

    p24hrsmithp24hrsmithPirms 12 Stundām
  • Seriously I am not Russian but your review is so rude and disrespect. This is a part of history in a nation. So irony and lough.

    gtm559gtm559Pirms 12 Stundām
  • Hey Dog ! Don’t laugh so hard, may choke ! 🧐☝️ In Soviet Union if you had a car like this, you were a “ BIG SHOT SOMEBODY “ This car is the only reason why I “ tuned” to your channel.....

    Dmitry KhramovDmitry KhramovPirms 13 Stundām
  • He shits on the car just because it's Soviet, to make a laughing stock out of it. It's a damn economy car, not a luxury car, and it was fine for it's age. Much simpler than what an american 5 liter v8 was, and surely had better fuel economy. He should really start looking at what it is luxury and what is not. And seriously, he laughed 10 minutes about the pills and stuff? Just shows that he has no clue about this car. Easy to fix, easy to keep running, reliable, comfortable enough, had back seat seat belts as an option to purchase... what the heck do you need more.

    XGamerXGamerPirms 13 Stundām
  • It's not that bad looking, just out of date. Doug on the other hand is being a jerk.

    dolita windodolita windoPirms 13 Stundām
    • This car is from the same time and league as ford Falcon (1966). They even look similar. He should compare gaz-24 which was set to production in 1966 to ford Falcon model 1966.

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    • Totally agree on this one - I disliked due to the amount of mockery he made. Thumbs down for Doug on this one.

      Dino IzetbegovicDino IzetbegovicPirms 8 Stundām
  • 13:30 these are iodine for wounds and valerian (catnip) tincture as a sedative, boric acid (no idea, google says it is an antiseptic), and iodine again. Yes the second one is for drinking). And the pills are activated carbon from diarrhea (an adsorbent, this is really good actually, I don't know a better replacement)

    Elon MuskElon MuskPirms 13 Stundām
  • is a nice car

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  • GAZ-24 "Volga". GAZ is an acronym for "Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod". Automobile plant located in the city of Gorky. 24 is literally a model number (before the GAZ-24 there was a GAZ-23). Volga is the name of the Russian river. The animal on the logo is a gazelle. Wordplay from the phrase "GAZelle". It is ironic to note that in fact this car is the peak of civilian vehicles in the USSR. The car that went to political bigwigs, leading scientists, production directors, special services and some Moscow taxi drivers. In the majority, the car was appreciated by people due to the fact that there was no better car then, besides, the Volga was always driven by "respectable people". The reason this car was produced for so long (it was produced from 70 to 94) was the lack of competition in the Soviet planned economy. There was no advertising, the new car was issued personally and passed on to family members. The prices for the used car were higher than those from the factory, since it was almost impossible to buy a new car.

    FallenErWinFallenErWinPirms 13 Stundām
    • Lada Samara?

      dolita windodolita windoPirms 13 Stundām
  • deMuro screwed this one up big time. Laughing at iodine and tylenol? Comedian?

    john slovakjohn slovakPirms 13 Stundām
  • Very good description

    Nikolaos KraterosNikolaos KraterosPirms 13 Stundām
  • Don't be surprised if KGB visits you tomorrow. :D

    Peter BerenyiPeter BerenyiPirms 13 Stundām
  • 15:07, isn't that a ground?

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