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1963 ZAZ 965 A Zaporozhets

1963 ZAZ 965 A Zaporozhets in GoldenEye, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: SU

1963 ZAZ 965 A Zaporozhets

Position 00:51:39 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2004-07-16 13:39

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Produite sous licence Fiat, clairement inspirée de la Fiat 600

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Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker): She's an ugly little bitch, but she gets you there.

Two stills from a deleted scene:

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Another one, from the tank chase scene:

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Another one from the same scene:

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-- Last edit: 2012-01-23 21:50:35 (G-MANN)

damn_angel

2005-08-03 19:55

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This one is not GAZ, it's ZAZ 965 !

antp BE

2005-08-03 20:51

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It is listed as Gaz Economy on lots of sites, what makes you think it is a Zaz ?

damn_angel

2005-08-04 17:04

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Cause my parents had one 15 years ago. And there are still some for sale now.
I live next to Russia. Afterwards my parents bought ZAZ 966 and 968 (none of them listed here).

damn_angel

2005-08-04 17:08

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Try to google for ZAZ 965 and u'll see i'm right.

antp BE

2005-08-04 17:57

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Well, when I google for "GAZ Economy" I see a car similair to this one too :D

antonr

2005-10-06 20:50

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It really is ZAZ 965. Pls note, that the name ZAZ was USSR "external" brand-name. Inside USSR it had name "запорожец" [tsaporodjets].

sixcyl FR

2005-10-06 21:02

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That's true, and I would add that ZAZ had also made a model very similar to NSU 1000..don't remember what number it had ?...maybe "antonr" could say what about it?

DAF555 SE

2005-10-06 21:06

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On some markets it is known as Jalta 965, but they are all the same as far as I know. The NSU lookalikes are the ZAZ 966 and 968 models that antonr mentions above

BeanBandit FI

2006-01-15 02:14

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Engine is 850cc aircooled V4.

mr dellorto FI

2006-04-21 23:04

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Look very same like Fiat 600

jplemoine FR

2006-04-21 23:27

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Rien trouvé sur la 965 de chez ZAZ. Mais plein d'autres choses: 968: la berline plus ou moins inspirée de la NSU Prinz4, moteur arrière V4 air-cooled, de même que le 969, petit 4X4 à cabine semi-avancée, même moteur...

der.krusche AT

2006-04-25 23:42

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damn_angel wrote Try to google for ZAZ 965 and u'll see i'm right.

hehe! our neighbours have ONE sign for ONE sound. works pretty good in cyrilica, does not work in latinica.

german version of zaporoschec is nice: *zappelfrosch*.

:-))
martin

-- Last edit: 2006-04-26 07:57:51

der.krusche AT

2006-04-25 23:43

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mr dellorto wrote Look very same like Fiat 600

which is NO coincidence!

;-))
martin

BeanBandit FI

2006-04-26 11:02

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If they had also copied the engine of the 600 too.
What I've heard stories from the old motorists, that V4 engine was a real nightmare.

junkman UK

2006-04-26 12:13

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der.krusche wrote
which is NO coincidence!

;-))
martin


Interesting. I can't see an even passing resemblance to a Fiat 600 in this car. Also, not a single technical design element is even remotely similar between the two, apart from that they both have four wheels and the engine in the back.

der.krusche AT

2006-04-26 13:51

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>>design element is even remotely similar between the two, apart from that they both have four wheels and the engine in the back.<<
hm. well, they would not match, if you put them on layers and compare.

but its a layout of the same category:
http://www.van.at/flame/flame03/set02/b275.htm

like a zaporoshec 968 does not really match with an NSU, but they are like cousins out of two hemispheres.

of course a balkan boy and a baltic boy is not the same, and an italian is quite different ...

;-))
m.

paulius43 LT

2006-09-07 11:25

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Never heard of any licences between ZAZ and FIAT. The prototypes of the 965 were different in design and totally different from Fiat-600. Later Zaporozhets designers modified the car and it looks how it is. (It is actually a "facelifted" version of 965 and has and index 965A, but its not improtant) :) Cheers

hiergehts CH

2006-10-14 03:06

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Does anyone want to buy one? :D If your so inclined look here : http://www.americandreamcars.com/1968zaporozhets.htm

DIEHARD NL

2006-10-14 19:28

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hiergehts wrote Does anyone want to buy one? :D If your so inclined look here : http://www.americandreamcars.com/1968zaporozhets.htm


I am sure you can buy one for a tenth of the price in Russia...

'Bert US

2007-01-21 00:43

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Didn't he have to literally pull-start that car?

datsunZ IT

2007-01-29 00:01

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paulius43 wrote Never heard of any licences between ZAZ and FIAT. The prototypes of the 965 were different in design and totally different from Fiat-600. Later Zaporozhets designers modified the car and it looks how it is. (It is actually a "facelifted" version of 965 and has and index 965A, but its not improtant) :) Cheers


On an Italian encyclopaedia was reported that the prototype of ZAZ 965 was nicknamed internally as"Volkswagen Fiatovich Zaporozhets",approximatively in Russian"Zaporoshets son of Fiat(for copied shape,but if ZAZ don't had technical ties with Fiat)and Volkswagen(for the boxer engine of prototype--patterned on that of Beetle--,replaced by a V-4 engine on stock-made article)"


PS 1962 to 1966 for 965 A


-- Last edit: 2007-01-29 00:10:31

CRAFT372 US

2010-07-17 20:49

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Most realistic Bond car ever :) :) :)

-- Last edit: 2010-07-17 20:50:31

Nightrider RU

2011-04-08 11:51

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This car has correct "ЛД" Leningrad region plates. I'm sure it was gift of God...

ingo DE

2011-04-08 12:07

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Nightrider wrote I'm sure it was gift of God...

Would you like to have something such godly by your own? :D

Nightrider RU

2011-04-08 12:09

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ingo wrote
Would you like to have something such godly by your own? :D


I did. First two numbers on my plate is same as number of address my house.)

ingo DE

2011-04-08 12:13

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Err, I meant the car, not the plate ;)

Nightrider RU

2011-04-08 12:18

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Wit a minute. How about such kind of ZAZ?
http://img229.exs.cx/img229/913/zaz27od.jpg

ingo DE

2011-04-08 12:23

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Sure, why not? Much more interesting than the opposite way, dull bread-and-butter-vehicles, optical pimped in boy-racer-style, but still with the basic engines in.

Nightrider RU

2011-04-08 12:26

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ingo wrote dull bread-and-butter-vehicles, optical pimped in boy-racer-style, but still with the basic engines in.


You just don't get the idea...and me too, in fact.))

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