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On April 24-25, 2015 in Kiev, on the territory of the State Aviation Museum, the Old Car Fest retro technology festival was held. This year, about 450 crews took part in it, and over three days the event was attended by about 25 thousand spectators.

The event was organized by the Old Car Service Technical Classics Club, Vadim Navrotsky and his project "Coffeebus", as well as the State Aviation Museum.

The format of the festival assumed the participation of all owners of retro technology and tuned cars, regardless of brand, cost and club affiliation.

I decided to create a selection of the most interesting and rare exhibits in my opinion …

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Gaz 24-02 Aeroflot. Replica made by OldCarServis workshop. By the way, a gift from the organizers to the aviation museum.

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Fiat Roadster

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Fiat Topolino

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BMW M6 E24 The engine of the fastest of the “sixes” - M635CSi produces 286 hp. at 6,500 rpm, which makes it easy to accelerate to 100 km / h in just 6.4 seconds.

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Maserati Quttroporte A rare car for our vastness, with the character of a real sports car

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VW T2 In 1967, the second generation Transporter T2 appeared. It retained the basic T1 concept in terms of chassis and design. VW T2, like its predecessor, was produced at the Volkswagen plant in Hanover. Of the more than 2.5 million T2 vehicles produced in Germany, two-thirds were exported.

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GAZ13S; Seagull; (black doctor;) In the USSR, the medical Seagull; was intended exclusively for closed departmental hospitals, the fact of its production was kept secret. The finished cars did not carry medical signs, were painted black, like all government cars, the windows of the sanitary compartment were not tinted with matte white, as in ordinary ambulances, but were tightly hung with curtains. Since 1968, 20 station wagons have been produced.

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The Mercedes-Benz W116 is a Mercedes-Benz model that was produced from September 1972 [1] to 1979. The W116 cars were the first Mercedes-Benz models to be officially called the S-class, although earlier sedan models were already unofficially written with the letter 'S' - Sonderklasse or Special (Special) class.

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Mercedes-Benz W114 / W115 is the first truly mass series of passenger cars of the famous Mercedes-Benz company, produced in the period from 1968 to 1976. In fact, the W114 / W115 is the predecessor of all modern E-class Mercedes. During the entire production period, about two million copies of this model were produced. In early 1976, the W114 / W115 series was replaced by the Mercedes-Benz W123 series, which was its further development.

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Mercedes-Benz 280S 1969 The car has a rich historical past. The car belonged to Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev. The secretary general used it in Crimea

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The Mercedes-Benz W126 500 Sec is the flagship Mercedes-Benz model produced under the German car brand. Introduced in 1979 as a replacement for the earlier W116, the W126 is the second generation of Mercedes-Benz flagship vehicles to be officially named the S-Class, i.e. Sonderklasse (Special Class) Coupé-like car for the selfish

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Leader of the USSR Leonid Brezhnev presented this "Packard" of 1939 to one of his relatives in his native Dneprodzerzhinsk

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Chevrolet Corvette The third Corvette is based on the 1965 Mako Shark II concept by David Halls. Originally the C3 was based on the C2 units. In 1969, a new Small Block appeared with a volume of 5.7 liters (300 liters. From.), And later - Big Block (7 liters, 390 liters. From.). In 1972, the standards for measuring engine power were changed, according to which the most powerful 7.4-liter engine developed 270 hp. s, and the Small Block engine maximum 205 hp. from. With the introduction of new fuel taxes, huge multi-liter Big Blocks are a thing of the past. C3 production volumes amounted to 542,861 units.

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Cadillac Eldorado Eighth generation 1971-78 years of release A huge car, more than 5.5 meters long and more than 2 meters wide and of course a V8

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BMW 2000 Automatic 1969 The BMW 2000 was fitted with a four-cylinder M10 engine with a displacement of 2 liters. Power was 100 horsepower (74 kW). The sedan developed a speed of up to 168 km / h.

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Mercedes-Benz R107 In 1971, the elegant "Pagoda" was replaced by the larger and more "muscular" model R107. Under the hood of the cars were V8 engines of 3.5 and 4.5 liters for the 350 SL and 450 SL models, respectively. These powerful cars were very popular in the United States. The body of the car was so strong that the Mercedes-Benz SLC coupe (C107) was created on its basis. The 1973 oil crisis prompted, a year later, the more economical 280 SL six-cylinder model. In 1980, 350 SL and 450 SL were replaced with 380 SL and 500 SL, and during the last updates in 1985 the 280 SL and 380 SL were replaced with 300 SL and 420 SL, the 560 SL model appeared, intended only for export to the USA. Japan and Australia. The success of the car can be said that, like the Gelendvagen SUV,it held the record for the longest production. For 18 years, 237,287 cars were produced.

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The Chevrolet Camaro is an iconic American sports car produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors Corporation since 1966. Production was discontinued in 2002 and resumed on a new technical base in 2009. The Camaro name is derived from the French camarade - friend, buddy.

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Mercedes-Benz W123С My burnt dream.

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Volvo Long Redeemed from the Embassy

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The Chevrolet Delray [Chevrolet Delray] is an American full-size passenger car produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors Corporation as a model from 1954 to 1958.