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TAM 130 A85 Autokaroserija Novi Sad

TAM 130 A85 in Geniy, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: YU

TAM 130 A85 Autokaroserija Novi Sad

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-21 16:36

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The roof seems to be not enough round for TAM 331A...

3loader RU

2010-06-25 21:56

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Yes, you right. Thats Intourist's bus, they use them in the late 80's early 90's (insteed old lookin Ikaruses).
/vehicle_214300-TAM-331-A.html http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_40415-TAM-331-A.html
I just did not know the make. Thank you!

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ingo DE

2010-06-25 22:50

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3loader wrote Intourist


Hrrmmphhh, you should know, that this word makes me very nervous. :no:
Since years I'm searching for a special Intourist-brochure and cannot get it. I was (as usual) a too nice guy and let my Dutch friend first, when it came on eBay once - but then never again. :mad:

3loader RU

2010-06-25 23:01

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Intourist means "foreign tourist" in short form. Its about special treatment to nonsoviet people. I think that word negative for all.

ingo DE

2010-06-25 23:38

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Sorry, I wrote mistakable ;) Sure, I know, what Intourist was. And "nervous" I don't mean in a negative way - I'm just controlling all eBay-auctions worldwide with "Intourist" again and again, on the hunt for this specific brochure.

It's a tourist-guide "Travelling with the own car in the Soviet Union" from the early 80ies, specially made for West German tourists (the DDR-citizens had total different rules). Why? Because there is a VW K 70 with a Soviet plate on the cover! :king:
Recently there was such a brochure for West Germans at eBay - unfortunately the 1970-edition, which just a *cough* total uninteresting Moskvich-pic. :(

DynaMike NL

2010-06-25 23:43

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'Excited' rather than 'nervous', then ;)

ingo DE

2010-06-25 23:46

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Yes, my fault. I used "nervous" in the German meaning of "nervös"

DynaMike NL

2010-06-25 23:54

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Deswegen hatte ich hier eine besser verständliche Übersetzung gegeben... ;)

3loader RU

2010-06-26 01:09

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Now i see. :)
TAM 331A anyway.

ingo DE

2010-07-03 14:13

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Link to "cgi.ebay.de" :mad:

3loader RU

2010-07-23 04:05

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ingo wrote :mad:

I see... Well hope you will find the right one.

ingo DE

2010-07-31 16:37

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From which car is this dashboard? Link to "cgi.ebay.de"

On the back side even three Western (tourist) cars cars in the USSR :)


No, it's not the brochure, I'm looking for. :( It's the very different DDR-version.

Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-31 16:51

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From Moskvitch, it is written AZLK at the steering wheel.
This brochure Link to "cgi.ebay.de" of Intourist I had (souvenir from the tourist section of Palace of Culture and Science :sun: ), unfortunately it has been sold with the old flat. As far as I remember there were only 2 cars in it, this red Moskvitch and white Zhiguli 2101.

DynaMike NL

2010-07-31 16:55

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Ah, you were faster, Weasel1984 ;)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/29440846@N06/2916270470/

Weasel1984 PL

2010-07-31 17:10

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Only a bit. ;)
The pic looked familiar to me - I expect it is from the same photo session as those in 1978 brochure of Moskvitch, which scan I've downloaded once:
(pics lost)

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ingo DE

2010-07-31 17:21

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Nice links, thanks.

I must admit, that I cannot exactly remember any more interior-details of my one and only Moskvitch-experience. It was in Winter 1989, when I've sat in the "Mossi" of friends in the DDR. I even have forgot, if it was a 1973 or a 1977 one. I remember, that I was very irritated about the idiotic place of the spare-wheel, which has blockaded the half of the trunk. And that I've always tried to lift up the trunk-lid higher, because it opened not really wide, until the guys said "Forget it, it don't go wider".

It was only a short ride. We all have preferred to make the trips around with my father's 1981' Passat. It was very important for the DDR-people to going around with a Western car. Indeed, in the DDR-province everyone has always looked behind any cars with Western plates...


-- Last edit: 2010-07-31 17:21:54

Weasel1984 PL

2013-05-08 22:27

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Back to the bus, to be honest I'm still not sure is it a TAM (of any type) - it had more rouned roof and seems different ventilation equipment there.

3loader RU

2019-04-25 01:30

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Weasel1984 wrote Back to the bus, to be honest I'm still not sure is it a TAM (of any type) - it had more rouned roof and seems different ventilation equipment there.

Not even TAM 130?
http://index43su.narod.ru/warsawtreatypart3/tam130a85slide001.jpg

Jale PL

2019-04-25 02:24

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Same livery, same doors, same rounded things on the roof (ventilators?)...

Weasel1984 PL

2019-04-28 13:34

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True, back then I was not aware of this smaller model existence.

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