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1973 GAZ 24 Volga Taxi

1973 GAZ 24 Volga in Hallo Taxi, Movie made for TV, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: SU

1973 GAZ 24 Volga Taxi

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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Ralph DE

2007-08-22 08:58

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-08-22 13:01

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The car has a Russian badge same like in Poland - I really think that all Volgas should be listed in the same way (GAZ 24 Volga). Here was disscusion about it. /vehicle_77700-ZAZ-966-Zaporojetz-1967.html

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Ralph DE

2007-08-22 18:05

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in the ex GDR it was only named Wolga
http://home.media-n.de/12911/5365039875005bb03/index.html (nice page for GDR police cars)

Weasel1984 PL

2007-08-22 18:20

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Ralph wrote in the ex GDR it was only named Wolga...

But here too. ;) The original Russian names were usually too long and complicated, so cars were called just Wolga or Lada (like on this unofficial site), but if it still has cyrillic badges, I would list it according to them, I'm nearly sure that such orginal names were in documentation, but you know that's only my point of view.
The page is indeed interesting.

-- Last edit: 2007-08-22 18:32:00

antp BE

2007-08-22 18:35

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Isn't the Wolga instead Volga name just due to pronunciation? If so maybe using "Volga" for listing them together is better, as Weasel said and as it was discussed on the other page...
Else I could make an automatic "fake" name depeding on the "made for" country selected, to have them displayed as "Wolga" if made for DDR but still listed in the Volga list.

Ingo DE

2007-12-30 18:29

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The bus in the background looks interesting. Unfortunately you cannot see more, but I have the impression, that is one of the very few buses, which were produced in the GDR by private companies. A time ago there was an article about that in a classic car-magazine.
Even the GDR was a socialistic country, a few private companies have survived. But until 1990 only very small ones. The last bigger ones (not even mdeium size) were closed by the government in 1972, resp. expropriated and made to state-owned VEB's.

-- Last edit: 2007-12-30 18:30:19

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