A unique “Volga” convertible was found in Germany

A unique “Volga” convertible was found in Germany

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The current owner of the car claims that the car previously belonged to the Marshal of the USSR Ivan Yakubovsky, who for some time served as the commander-in-chief of the group of Soviet forces in Germany.

An unusual “Volga” in the back of a convertible was put up for sale in the German city of Marburg. Serially, such versions of the GAZ-21 were not produced. The announcement was posted on the Autoscout24 website.

The current owner of the car claims that the car previously belonged to the Marshal of the USSR Ivan Yakubovsky, who for some time served as the commander-in-chief of the group of Soviet forces in Germany. However, he did not provide any documentary evidence of this fact.

Judging by the photos, the 1958 convertible is in very good condition. The mileage of the car is 15 thousand kilometers. For a rare Volga, the seller wants to receive 28,400 euros.

The Soviet sedan is equipped with a 2.5-liter gasoline engine. The announcement states that the power unit is 69 horsepower, although the usual engine for the GAZ-21 produces 75 horsepower. The interior of the car has received red leather trim. The sedan has a signature deer figurine on the hood.

Earlier in the German city of Zell, the Soviet sedan GAZ 21 “Volga”, which was released in 1963, was put up for sale. The mileage of the car is 375 kilometers, the ad says. The car had only one owner. According to the seller, the sedan is in very good condition. He wants to get € 39,990 for the Volga.

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