A rare 1949 Moskvich-400 convertible with a stated mileage of only 5 km was put up for sale on the internet.
According to the owner, this is one of the first copies of the model, although the information is not quite correct: Moskvich-400 has been produced since 1946. A car with 100% original parts, corresponding to the year of manufacture, “wood set with the correct combs, carpet-like with the right pool”, maximum attention to detail.
The color of the car is dark blue (distorted in the photo). Engine 1.1, 23 HP rear wheel drive, the car runs and needs no repair. Has only been owned by one owner. They ask for a rarity on Auto.ru 7,999,999 rubles.
The Moskvich-400 is a small class Soviet car that was produced at the Small Car Plant in Moscow (ZMA, later MZMA) from December 1946 to 1954. This is the first mass-produced passenger car produced in the USSR for individual use. was sold.
The design was identical to the Opel Kadett K38, produced in 1937-1940 in Germany by Adam Opel AG, owned by the American concern General Motors.
According to some sources, the device of the car was recreated after the war on the basis of surviving copies, since the original technical documentation was lost. According to others, notably Dolmatovsky, the drawings and equipment were obtained through repairs.
A picture: Depositphotos
This is a rare car in perfect condition.
Ask for a convertible Moskvich 8 million rubles
Source: Z R