Museum Oldtimers (Vladivostok)

A few days ago with my girlfriend went to the museum Automoto. Immediately apologize for the photo quality - with a was only "sneakers".

Briefly about the museum:
Historical and Technical Museum Automoto Vladivostok - Russia's only museum of its type, registered in the Union of Museums of Russia on January 1, 2002. The museum has a unique collection of Soviet and foreign automotive vehicles 20s-70s of the twentieth century, which includes more than fifty vintage cars and motorcycles of various countries and brands.

Further, some text with photos, 45 pieces.
Please do not break.




Let's start with motorcycles!

1. L-300 "Red October» (1930-1938)

Weight: 135 kg
Engine: 293 cm3
Power: 6 hp
Maximum speed: 80 km / h

In September 1930, a special committee of the Supreme Economic Council (the Supreme Economic Council) requested the USSR Leningrad trust of mass production - "tremass" - based on the German DKW "Suite 300" master serial production motorcycles. By the end of September 1930 at the "Prometheus" was collected experimental batch of 25 motorcycles. 8 cars soon took part in the second All-Union test run. Despite the fact that in the motorcycle 35 runs from the large and small defects, it was decided to run their removal after the motorcycle in series. Since 1933, under the name A-300 (A - Leningrad) motorcycle began to gather at the factory "Red October».
L-300 "Red October" almost immediately became very popular in the country. None of the pre-war motosorevnovanie (cross, hippodrome race) not without its participation. In the late 30s a considerable amount of L-300 was in the Vladivostok automotor. In addition, a long time bike standing on the Red Army.




2. TOF-AM-600 (1936-1940)

Weight: 185 kg
Engine: 596 cm3
Power: 16 hp 5
Maximum speed: 95 km / h

Start 30-ies of the last century was marked by rapid motorization armies of Europe. Do not stay aside and our country. Apart from armor and automotive equipment, the Red Army began intensively to equip motorcycles. In 1936, at the Taganrog tool factory (TIZ) the Stalin started issuing special military model motorcycle TIZ-AM-600. Taking English as a prototype motorcycle BSA-500 SLOWPER 1930 and, having brought in its design a number of significant improvements (tubular team of 13 elements frame, the German system of levers and other locations.), A plant provided the army at that time the most powerful (16, 5 hp) domestic motorcycle. TIZ widely used in offices intelligence, communications, military controllers movement. It is the only one Soviet motorcycles, machine gun Degtyarev mounted directly on the steering wheel. A small number of motorcycles was transferred to the police, mugs Osoaviahima.




3. IL-8 (1934-1940)

Weight: 135 kg
Engine: 293 cm3
Power: 8 hp
Maximum speed: 80 km / h

After the presentation of the first Soviet serial motorcycle L-300 in 1930. The Soviet government has set a target to increase motorcycle production to 50,000 units. It was reconstructed Podolsky, and Taganrog plants built Izhevsk Motor. Izhmash began releasing an upgraded model of the A-300 - IL-7, and the 1934 model of the IL-8, which is different from the L-300 more powerful engine and ignition system. Further factory upgraded engine and model released IL-9 and IL-12 with a four-engine.




4. PMZ-A-750 (1934-1938)

Weight: 210 kg
Engine: 746 cm3
Power: 4 hp
Maximum speed: 90 km / h

In 1930, a group of designers Autotractor Scientific Institute (NATI) initiated the establishment of the first Soviet heavy motorcycle. Led the design team Petr Mozharov - known Soviet engineer, creator of one of the first domestic motorcycle Izh-1. Experience gained Mozharova after training in Germany at the factory BMW allowed in a short time to develop the necessary set of drawings and other technical documentation. Simultaneously in Izhevsk started the construction of a motorcycle giant plant capacity of 120 thousand motorcycles a year. First of May 1933 in the shops built Experimental motorcycle factory assembled 4 first motorcycle and NATI-750. For several reasons, technological production NATI transferred to Podolsk Mechanical Plant (PMZ). The first commercial batch of PMZ-A-750 in July 1934 examined people's commissar of heavy industry Sergo Ordonikidze.
PMZ - A-750 has been applied not only in the army, in parts of the NKVD, but also in the civil service.




5. B.S.A. Model S26 (England, 1926)

Weight: 120 kg
Engine: 493 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: n / a
Maximum speed: n / a



6. Harley-Davidson 28B (US, 1928)

Weight: 150 kg
Engine: 346 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 8 hp
Maximum speed: 80 km / h



7. JAVA-250 (Czechoslovakia, 1938)

Weight: 110 kg
Engine: 248 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 9 hp
Maximum speed: 96 km / h



8. Indiana-741-B (USA, 1941)

Weight: 207 kg
Engine: 492 cm3 (2-cylinder)
Power: 18 hp
Maximum speed: 106 km / h



9. Harley-Davidson WLA-42 (USA, 1942)

Weight: 257 kg
Engine: 742 cm3 (2-cylinder)
Power: 25 hp
Maximum speed: 100 km / h



10. BMW R-35 (Germany, 1938)

Weight: 155 kg
Engine: 340 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 14 hp
Maximum speed: 100 km / h



11. TSYUNDAPP-KS-600 (Germany, 1938)

Weight: 192 kg
Engine: 596 cm3 (2-cylinder)
Power: 28 hp
Maximum speed: 125 km / h



12. ABO-425 (GDR 1952)

Weight: 140 kg
Engine: 247 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 12 hp
Maximum speed: 100 km / h



13. IL-350 (USSR, 1946)

Weight: 157 kg
Engine: 346 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 10 hp
Maximum speed: 90 km / h



14. IL-49 (USSR, 1951)

Weight: 150 kg
Engine: 346 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 11 hp 5
Maximum speed: 125 km / h



15. NSO-350 (Germany, 1933)

Weight: 175 kg
Engine: 346 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 18 hp
Maximum speed: 110 km / h



16. M1A (USSR, 1946)

Weight: 68 kg
Engine: 123 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Capacity: 4, 75 hp
Maximum speed: 75 km / h



17 K125M (USSR, 1952-1955 g)

Weight: 75 kg
Engine: 123 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Capacity: 4, 25 hp
Maximum speed: 70 km / h



18. RMZ-2.130 (USSR, 1989)

Weight: 60 kg
Engine: 50 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 2, 5 hp
Maximum speed: 60 km / h



19. K-55 (USSR, 1955-1958 g)

Weight: 84 kg
Engine: 123 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Capacity: 4, 75 hp
Maximum speed: 75 km / h



20. K1B (USSR, 1946)

Weight: 65 kg
Engine: 98 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 2, 3 hp
Maximum speed: 50 km / h



21. 150 "Vyatka" (USSR, 1956)

Weight: 65 kg
Engine: 148 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 4, 5 hp
Maximum speed: 70 km / h



22. In-150M "Vyatka" (USSR, 1956) (right)

Weight: 120 kg
Engine: 148 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 6 hp
Maximum speed: 75 km / h

T-200M "Vyatka" (USSR, 1966-1974 g) (center)

Weight: 120 kg
Engine: 148 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 6 hp
Maximum speed: 75 km / h

T-200M "Tula" (USSR, 1961-1966 g) (left)

Weight: 170 kg
Engine: 199 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 9 hp
Maximum speed: 80 km / h



23. Moskvich-403 (USSR, 1962)

Engine: 1358 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 45 hp
Fuel consumption: 8.10 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 115 km / h



24. GAZ-21 "Volga" (USSR, 1956)

Engine: 2432 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 65 hp
Fuel consumption: 9 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 130 km / h



25. GAZ-20 "Pobeda" (USSR, 1948)

Engine: 2111 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 50 hp
Fuel consumption: 11 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 105 km / h



26. Moskvich-401 (USSR, 1954)

Engine: 1074 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 26 hp
Fuel consumption: 9 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 90 km / h



27. ZAZ-965 (USSR, 1960)

Engine: 746 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 23 hp
Consumption: 5: 5 L / 100 km
Maximum speed: 80 km / h



28. FORD T (United States, 1908-1927 g)

Engine: 3280 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 22 hp
Fuel consumption: 18 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 80 km / h



29. GAZ-12 (ZIM) (USSR, 1948)

Engine: 3485 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 90 hp
Fuel consumption: 18, 5 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 120 km / h



30. GAZ-A (USSR, 1932)

Engine: 3285 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 40 hp
Fuel consumption: 12 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 90 km / h



31. FORD-A (United States, 1927-1932 g)

Engine: 3280 cm3 (4-cylinder)
Power: 40 hp
Fuel consumption: 18 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 100 km / h



32. NWA-C-3a (USSR, 1958)

Engine: 346 cm3 (1-cylinder)
Power: 10 hp
Fuel consumption: n / a
Maximum speed: 60 km / h



33. ZIS-110B (USSR, 1945)

Engine: 6007 cm3 (8-cylinder)
Power: 140 hp
Fuel consumption: 27, 5 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 140 km / h



34. GAZ-14 "Chaika" (USSR, 1977)

Engine: 5526 cm3 (8-cylinder)
Power: 220 hp
Fuel consumption: 25 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 170 km / h



35. ZIS-101 (USSR, 1936)

Engine: 5750 cm3 (8-cylinder)
Power: 110 hp
Fuel consumption: 26, 5 l / 100 km
Maximum speed: 115 km / h



36. Some armored car))



37. Stars Vladivostok speedway



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39. Descriptions or tablets, unfortunately for speedway motorcycle was not.



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44. Scarecrow))



45. And, behold, the latter, some domestic motorcycle was without signs, so do not know what kind of model. Someone tell me - I will be grateful!

That's all, do not judge strictly - my first post)
P.S. Once again, sorry for the quality of photos



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