Military t-shirt STRIKER GAZ 69Code: 11074/BIL 11074/BIL2 11074/BIL3 11074/BIL4 11074/BIL5 11074/BIL6 11074/MOD 11074/MOD2 11074/MOD3 11074/MOD4 11074/MOD5 11074/MOD6 11074/OLI 11074/M 11074/L 11074/XL 11074/XXL 11074/OLI2 11074/PIS 11074/M2 11074/L2 11074/XL2 11074/XXL2 11074/PIS2 11074/S 11074/M3 11074/L3 11074/XL3 11074/XXL3 11074/XXX Choose variant
Product detailed description
The GAZ-69 was created by the team of chief designer Grigoriy Vasserman as a replacement for the GAZ-67B that would have lower fuel consumption than its predecessor and use the same 55 hp (41 kW; 56 PS) 2.1 L (130 cu in) inline four and three-speed transmission as the GAZ-M20 Pobeda. The development process started in 1946 and the first prototypes known under the name "Truzhenik" (Toiler) were built in 1947. After extensive on-road testing, the new off-road vehicle went into production on August 25, 1953. Over 600,000 GAZ-69s had been built by the end of production in the USSR in 1972. A similar vehicle based upon the GAZ-69's design was produced by ARO in Romania until 1975, first as the IMS-57, then as the IMS M59, and later modernized as the ARO M461. GAZ-69s were standard military jeeps of the Eastern Bloc and client states.
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