This Volga GAZ-21 of 1967 looks very unusual. The Soviet car was turned into a real limousine, carakoom reports.
The extended GAZ-21 was built in Dagestan. Between the doors there was an insert with a length of 90 cm, and it was inserted into the body very harmoniously. However, to increase the rigidity, massive thresholds had to be welded.
The interior is now seven-seat, with a partition separating the driver from the rear passengers. The owner tried to maintain authenticity, and therefore did not put on either a TV or a Minibar. Only a hatch in the roof appeared.
As the engine of the upgraded and significantly heavier car set “Kiselevsky” UMZ-4216 with a volume of 2.9 liters and a power of 90 HP At installation only had to redo the tray, but to replace it with a staff from GAZ-21.