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Lada 2102 starting from cold using starting handle.” by Midnight Blue
“LADA VAZ 2101 Cold start 2 (Studeny start 2)” by ToFFi
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“Škoda 1000MB start” by MICHAL712
“Škoda 1000 MBX De Luxe” by Veteráni TV
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“353 EVO II / Rallye Wartburg 07” by 353racing
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“Škoda 135 L Duel 1” by Ervín Kancko
“Škoda 136 zrychlení 0-100” by OndraJ21
“Skoda 135 GL” by Petr Petřík
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“Syrena 105L październik 2014” by Karampuk1968
“SYRENA 105 1973 rok” by tomekwestfalia
“Syrena 105L - jazda” by Karampuk1968
“Syrena 105 - NOT zero emission,but classic car.” by Rafal
“OLTCIT CLUB 11R: Snow” by Adelin Martinescu
“Oltcit - First start in 2015” by Skili19
“Oltcit Club acceleration 0-100 km/h” by Mike616
“VOLGA GAZ 24 1976” by MARIO M5
“GAZ-24 V8 Start” by Mossi G
“Volga GAZ 24 V8 Харьков” by SparcoSLine
“RARE 1959 TATRA 603 REAR V8 START UP” by retroolschool
“tatra 603” by jan
“Tatrou 613 na Ještěd” by Tatra Heritage, z.s.
“Tatra 603 Motorsound (Cold start engine sound)” by ogge603
“Tatra 603 smoothly speeding empty highway” by KRI171
+Timothy Hargreaves Come and try this car parodies. They were smoking, slow, dangerous and you had to wait for them 7-10 years. Rovers were a dream racing cars seen only when there was wtcc Grand Prix of Brno race.
My father (with university engeneering diploma) managed to buy luckily in 1983 an old Ford Anglia-it was superb car without any breakdowns. Sadly, my father once poored river water with some small stone into the cooling system and the small turbine inside the pump broke. Without any posibility to gain spare parts from the West he sold it to be destructed in an car stunt show :(
+K H These black v8 volgas were only for brutal kgb. You wouldn't like to hear them coming to your place ar 5 in the morning, just to be sent to dark prison for 10 years, because you said somewhere communism isn't a good idea (you commited state treason by that according to communist law)
Still both VaZ and later Lada vas sold here in Sweden, but the Lada Samara was so bad it came to an end were only Niva 4x4 sold to some, a cheap terraincar, better for that than some may think.
Before my time Volga had sold some cars here too, but they were old the few i seen.
Today its only Niva that sell some few here nothing else.
My father being a VAZ mechanic in Sweden got to go to Soviet and see the factory and other stuff the soviet leaders was proud about.
Thats pretty unique really, the Fiat copys was better than the newer ones, Samara was a disaster.
Skoda was sold a few here the Rapid having a simple engine in the back i remember, but thise was saw here as Tjeckoslovakian, our TV series testing cars from all over flipped one of those over making the standard evade manouver, it would not happen again until Mercedes A-klass.
The two stroke engine was typical DKW etc and was copied by SAAB really, but then nobody would belive that that still would be used in the 80s and only 2 cylinder even.
My grandfather had an old Watburgh stationwagon. With a 2 stroke in, a plastic sunroof etc, i remember pmaying in that one alot, it was not functional then.
Olcit-A company destroyed by the Germans to build a Ford headquarters there
DACIA-A company upgraded by the French who, unfortunately, ceased to manufacture Dacia 1300 or Berlina or 1310 or SuperNova or 1410 sport or 1310 TX etc...
ARO-A company that went faliment by Iliescu and the Russians, bought by an American who broke the contract and settled in old-fashioned
we had a lot of imports from 1970 I recall being a back seat passenger in a Moskvitch van (caravan) in 1971 which had a bench seat then the cargo area full of paint cans ... our driver stopped sharply as a big dog was in the road and the bench seat collapsed under the weight of us three workers in the back ..loads of paint spillage and an uncomfortable ride home to get cleaned up
Communist and socialist cars have such a raw look and feel to them...i honestly think they were better than the Western offerings...as a butt poor Brit I have always had an admiration for how the Eastern bloc lived.
i'm from romania .... rememberig now ... when i was a kid ... my ant who have many polish friends ... who came from poland to romania ... to the black sea ... with polski fiat ... 4 big people and luggage .... all red and sweat .... like some ... many fish in just one glass ... admiring theyr courage ... to travel thousand km ..... in just one little box ... recently i buy a renault laguna 3 SW mostly 4 this first summer vacantion ... 2000km just 3 people ... 2 adults and one 11 years kid ..... because my recent car ... dacia sandero 2 from 2014... a very gud reliable and cheap to mantaind and consuption ... is too little 4 that trip ... but comparing with skoda fabia ww polo or opel corsa is bigger ... but comparing with poor polski fiat .... sandero 2 is ... a limosine ...
Awesome 👍 I always looking for someone thing like this .
I drove Volga / Lada / Lada (Niva) / and also a car I couldn't remember it's name properly ,l guess it was like Moscowich or similar ,I fell in love with Lada Niva after our Russian driver passed a wide and deep river Whit 5 people in. Unfortunately here (Australia) we don't have any chance to own one of those legends.
Recently I heard someone brought first Russian ATV here .SHERP
Here I learned SKODA is ishkoda not skoda 👍
Bakelite Motor Wagen LOL.... it seems like spare parts of a lawnmower engine will do. We had this type of Skoda here in the Netherlands, when I was a kid. And Tatra trucks. The Czech stuff was not bad at all.
I came across this link by accident. Are you Check, Polish, Russian or what? You're so eulogical, laudatory about some quite embarrassing Check or Polish tinker-can cars, meanwhile ridiculing Romanian cars like Oltcit. Oltcit was indeed very difficult to maintain, as of replacing common parts or engine fixing, especially the double carburetor, but it's stupid to say it was a bad car, at least compared to all the previous mentioned in the video. Let me say I did not have Oltcit, nor have ever driven one, but several acquaintances had and were pretty satisfied with it. Many Oltcits have run until late after the fall of communism. Good video in all, interesting, anyways. Except for the Romanian review. I did even like it, so you won't suspect I'm subjective. (Never heard about Polish Serena. Can't believe that was produced in tens of thousands. Nor about Tatra limousine, always thought Tatra were only heavy trucks)
By the way if you want to make cold was western car topic on video my suggestion is the Romanian Dacia 3010 as best communist built car and Aro 10.6 4x4 from 1983 that is the best communist 4x4 car made that later at the end of communist almost started looking like an American hummer, NOT joking.
Also as luxury car that the communist made look at the Russian car Moscovich that was the most luxurious car the communist ever made.
Another wrong, Oltcit was NEVER a favorite car in Romania back then. The Romanian favorite car was Dacia 3010 that were pretty modern back then and the off-roader Aro 10.6 who were all 4x4 cars and also pretty modern back then.
You made a MISTAKE in the video.
Let me help you, The Trabant was not made of plastic, but of cardboard that has a thin lair of plastic over it, like laminated paper has. This because of the cardboard material, most people in some countries avoided to but a Trabant, because in case of an accident the cardboard would make sever cuts on you, making you bleed to death. But later the last Trabats changed and was made of metal, sadly the last metal Trabant series did not last long as the communist fell and the production of Trabant ended with it.
INSIDER COMMENT: You should also say the fact, that we had to wait for these crap cars in lists about 10 years long or heavily bribe the shop assistants to skip same places in the waiting list.
Whole two generations in one family had to spare money to buy this strongly smoking, almost all the time broken down, highly dangerous and otherwise horrible "car" parodies.
Although so called heavy industry was the priority for communists, because in fact it was war industry making tanks, weapons and steel for more heavy industry.
In early 50's it was decided by communist not to build highways, because transportation by private car is too burgoise. In USSR they were using open farm trucks and tractors with a trailer as people carriers-yes, and they were often Studebakers obtained in Lend-Lease from U.S., which was after 20 years of negotiations payed back in 70's, but only by grain in worth of about 1/100 of original money Allied U.S. and Britain gave them. (Really, look it up in wikipedia, it was really only 1% of U.S. loan)
Normal people were waiting or they could by second hand cars with high mileage, which were even more EXPENSIVE, than cars, because you didn't need to wait for them so long in huge lists of future buyers... Damn communistic big concentration camp in which we all in Eastern Europe were actually living was full of such things unthinkable in the West. Btw, your family had to be highly prominent to own 2 Žigulíks (or was that your parents and their relatives other families together? It was not common even in communist families to have 2 cars...
I had no idea they had cars in communist countries, how you can’t own anything. I am sure it a POS. The engine in the truck great job wonderful engineering. Oh he is crank starting the car More wonderful communism engineering. Great job have fun.
Olcit, Tatra, but not Moscvitch?? The essential Soviet cars are: Trabant, Warburg, Moscvitch, Lada, Skoda, Volga. Ordered by desiaribility . Those your can see everywhere you went in Eastern Europe. If you want to round it up to ten, add Datchia, Ugo, Fiat (polski), and ... I actually that's it.
Man, that V8 Volga would be an AWESOME build for a total 'what the fuck?!' sleeper hot rod here in the States. Maybe a boring but brutally effective hot NA LS and a Tremec, 9" rear with 3.89:1s or so and a Truetrac, minitubs, 4-link, banded factory wheels and hubcaps, quiet exhaust... yeah...
Excellent video! No cheesy music, just cars and their sounds! I like your English too! I know it is a personal video but i missed the Dacia 1300 (it was more iconic and known than the Oltcit/Oltena) and the Moskvitch 412. Keep on making more of these videos. Greetings from Mexico
In Belgium we were very familiar with your cars. We had concessionaries of Lada: Fiat copy, Samara, Niva; Volga: sedan and break (breaks were indestructible, often driven by people in building industry, they drove up to 35 or 40 years with them (Volga sedan was built according to a plan that was meant for GM, but was refused); FSO (no way to open windows!); Skoda 130, 105 etc (only available in 3 colours: beige, green and orange); Yugo (only 1 model); Wartburg and Zündapp (motorcycles and small vans); Dacia (copy of Renault 18). The Lada Niva was considered as the best small terrain vehicle once all the parts had been replaced.
The Oltcit was not less reliable than other Eastern cars. The Citroen-branded version (called "Axel") was tested by the Italian "Quattroruote" magazine for 100.000 km with sealed bonnet, wth no issues (just replaced oil and filters). The Volga was not a fast car, it had actually the same top speed of a much smaller Lada. And people was not poor - free healthcare, free holidays, free schools and so on....
Hi Igor.....not everybody from the west drives V8 2ton cars. Many people in the west drive average 4 cylinder cars between 1.2 liters and 2.5 liters.
There are plenty of V6 engines and some V8 engines around but most people 'on average' would drive 4 cylinders cars.
Out of interest for you, SKODA is a very popular car in the west :)
What is 'western people' ? 3% of total world polulation. I bet some of this cars are well known in countrys you dont know nothing about and you dont want to know. Capitalism sistem is fit for robots,not free humans. Same go for Komunism as we know it.
Amarican cars have been there for a long time, unsellable outside of US.
So yes a youtubeclip about say ordinary american cars after 1975 would work as well really, americans think that was normal etc but it was ludicirous fir us uuropeans.
Still today very few american build cars sell outside of US.
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Bricolajul a ajuns in Romania in urma cu aproximativ 10 ani, insa in Statele Unite si in statele occidentale acest concept este mai vechi, si isi are originile la inceputul anilor ’50. Bricolajul se refera la capacitatea oamenilor de a crea sau repara diverse obiecte fara a apela la ajutor specializat.
Primul catalog de bricolaj pentru renovarea locuintei a aparut in 1968. Acesta a nascut conceptul de bricolaj care sta la baza lanturilor de magazine din zilele noastre. De la covoare si perdele, pana la mobilier si prefabricate, bricolajul se refera la tot ce inseamna renovarea unei locuinte in aceasta acceptiune.
Pe orlo.ro gasesti toate cataloagele de bricolaj, de la cei mai importanti comercianti. Catalog Dedeman, Catalog Praktiker, Catalog Baumax, Catalog Bricostore, Catalog Ambient si altii.
In Romania retelele de magazine pentru bricolaj sau extins rapid, cel mai important comerciant din acest segment este Dedeman, care a pornit din orasul Bacau si a ajuns sa detina magazine in cele mai importante orase din tara.