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GAZ-67

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GAZ-67
The family of cars GAZ-64, GAZ-67 and GAZ-67B

The machines were produced by the Molotov Automobile Plant (Gorky Automobile Plant) from 1941 to 1953.

GAZ-64 (full factory designation GAZ-64-416) was designed in a very short period of time & ndash; started designing on February 3, 1941, and on March 25, 1941, the first test car took place, and on June 26, 1941, not waiting for the completion of all tests, a decision was made on serial production. In late August 1941, the serial production of these machines was organized. The design used serial units and units GAZ-MM and GAZ-M1.

The GAZ-67 is a deeply modernized GAZ-64 - the track was extended, the frame and suspension were strengthened, the more advanced K23B carburetor was used (which gave an increase in power by 4 hp), the form of the wings was expanded, side steps appeared, the front the bumper is 40 mm forward, a wooden 4-spoke steering wheel with a diameter of 385 mm is forced instead of 3-spoke carbolite from GAZ-M1 (the plant where the steering wheels were made was destroyed as a result of the bombings), the driver and the passenger were installed with a pneumatic drive ( n GAZ-64 only to the driver) in the rear part of the awning box has (have GAZ-64 it was not) and so on.

In GAZ-67B, as compared with GAZ-67, more advanced wheel hub bearings are used, sealing of the front propeller shaft splines is improved, mounting strength of the front springs is increased, wheel rims are enhanced, the angle of the pivot wheels of the front swivel wheels is reduced (castor) and an interrupter is used P15 distributor.

External differences

GAZ-67 and GAZ-67B did not differ in appearance in any way. But the car is constantly being upgraded. In 1948, the appearance of the car was most noticeably changed - the welded composing grille was replaced by a stamped one with seven vertical slots. At the same time, the K22 carburetor, the fuel sump filter, the P30 interrupter were applied, the main gears were improved, and the steering wheel with a wooden rim was replaced with a plastic 3-spoke with a diameter of 425 mm. In the third quarter of 1951, double-acting shock absorbers (type GAZ-11) were introduced. In 1952, there was another characteristic change in the exterior of the car - triangular projections disappeared from the top of the hood - houses. This, the so-called produkh to cool the engine, gave way to the gills on the sides of the engine compartment.

Systematic information

GAZ-64

GAZ-67

GAZ-67B



According to the 1948 manual

According to the catalogs of spare parts and reference books 1952 & ndash; 1959's



Years of release

1941-1943

1943-1944

1944-1953



Number of copies

672 + 1 prototype

3137

89706



Sizes, mm





Length x width x height

3305x1535x1690

3350x1690x1700

3350x1685x1700



base

2100



Track (front / rear)

1278/1245,

1446



Ground clearance

227

235

210

200



Turning radius (on the front outer wheel)

5.8 m (calculated)

6.5 m

6.5 m

6.5 m



Layout

Front engine, front and rear drive wheels



Body

Open, all-metal with a removable soft top



Number of places

four



Curb weight

1306 kg

1375 kg

1320 kg



Full mass

1606 kg

1742 kg

1720 kg



Permissible trailer weight

Up to 1200 kg

800 kg



Max speed

92 km / h

88 km / h

90 km / h



Full load fuel consumption

12.6 l / 100 km (on tests of the prototype)

16 l / 100 km

15 l / 100 km



Power reserve with full load on the highway

635 km (on tests of the prototype)

435 km

440 km

440-490 km



Braking distance from 30 km / h



5.5 m



6-7 m



Engine

GAZ-64, petrol, carburetor, in-line



Number of cylinders

four



Working volume

3285 cc



Bore

98.425 mm



Liner type

not



Cylinder head material

cast iron



Piston stroke

107.95 mm



Piston material

Aluminum alloy



Piston rings

Compression

2



oil scraper

one



Valve

8 valves, lower one-way arrangement, on the right side of the cylinder block



Valve diameter

intake

39 mm



graduation

39 mm



Power

50 hp at 2800 rpm

54 hp at 2800 rpm



Torque

17 kg m at 1400-1500 rpm

18 kg m at 1400 rpm

17 kg m at 1400-1500 rpm



Compression ratio

4.6



Carburetor

K-14

K-23B

K-23B, K-22B, K-22B, K-22G



Transmission

4-speed transfer box without a dual range



main gear

Front axle

4,444: 1 conic



rear axle

4,444: 1 conic



Suspension

Dependent on longitudinal springs



front

4 quarter springs with 9 sheets each 45 mm wide, 450 mm long and 4 lever shock absorbers (type GAZ-M1)



the back

2 semi-elliptical springs of 12 sheets each 45 mm wide, 990 mm long in a straightened state and 2 lever shock absorbers (type GAZ-M1)



Brakes

Drum, mechanical



Cardan transmission

To the front axle

Open tubular driveshaft with two cardan joints on needle bearings



To the rear axle

Closed tubular drive shaft with cardan joint



Electrical equipment

6 volts



Spark plug

M15/15, thread 18x1.5 mm



Generator

GBF4105

GM-71-T, 18A



Battery

ST-70

3-ST-100 or 3-ST80

3-ST-84 or 3-STE-100



Starter

MAF-4006, 0.8 hp

MAF-4006-A, 0.9 hp



Distribution breaker

IGF4003

IGF4003 or P15

P15 or P30



Reverse Current Relay

Central Bank4118



Ignition coil

IG4085

KZ14

IG4085



Petrol tank main

40 liters



Additional gas tank

40 liters under the rear seat

30 liters under the driver's seat



Petrol

gasoline with an octane rating of at least 57



Radiator

6-row (The core of the car GAZ-AAA, height 458 mm)



Cooling system capacity

12 liters



Cooling fan

4-hazardous

6 lobable



Lubrication system capacity

4.75 liters (in summer AK-10, in winter AK-6)



Normal pressure in the lubrication system

0.2 & ndash; 0.4 kgf / cm. sq., no oil meter



Tires

Off-road, pressure

6.50-16, front 1.5 kg / cm. square, rear 2.2 kg / cm. sq.

6.50-16, front 1.5 kg / cm. square, rear 2 kg / cm. sq.



Normal pressure

7,00–16, front 1.5 kg / cm. square, rear 1.75 kg / cm. sq.

7,00–16, front 1.5 kg / cm. square, rear 1.75 kg / cm. sq.



Wheel disks

Diameter 16 inches, width 4.5 inches



Run to overhaul for a new car



60 thousand km



Run to overhaul for a car that has been overhauled



50 thousand km



Depreciation rate



160 thousand km.

Used Books

Technical characteristics of Soviet and imported cars. Military publishing house of the Ministry of the Armed Forces of the USSR. 1946.

GAZ-67 car. Quick Start Guide. Military publishing house of the Ministry of the Armed Forces of the USSR. 1948.

Technical characteristics of Soviet cars, tractors and tractors. Military publishing house of the USSR Ministry of War. 1952.

Car GAZ-67B. Gm Wasserman and N.A. Kunyaev Third Edition. State scientific and technical publishing house of engineering literature. Moscow 1955.

Quick reference guide to domestic cars and trailers. Military Publishing Ministry of Defense of the USSR, Moscow 1956

Brief automobile guide, Scientific and technical publishing house of motor transport literature, Moscow 1959

Magazine & laquo; Behind the Wheel & raquo; No. 7, 1981

Prochko E.I. Supplement to the magazine M-Hobby Issue number 7 & laquo; All-terrain vehicles of the Red Army & raquo; 1998

Kanunnikov S.V. & laquo; Domestic cars & raquo; Second Edition 2009

Paderin I.V. “GAZ 1932-1982 Russian cars & raquo; 2011

Dashko D. & laquo; Transport of the Red Army in the Great Patriotic War & raquo; 2015

GAZ-64 1941

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GAZ-64 1941

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GAZ-64 on trial tows 45 mm gun, 1941

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The machine-gun calculation of the GAZ-64 reconnaissance vehicle of senior sergeant P. Kornetov is firing at enemy aircraft. Volkhov Front, Leningrad Region, October 1941
(Photos from http: //photosoyuz.ru)

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The machine-gun calculation of the GAZ-64 reconnaissance vehicle of senior sergeant P. Kornetov is firing at enemy aircraft. Volkhov Front, Leningrad Region, October 1941
(Photos from http: //photosoyuz.ru)

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GAZ-64 - Wehrmacht trophy

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GAZ-67 1943

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GAZ-67B at a military parade in Kiev in 1946

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GAZ-67B in North Korea

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More photos of these machines can be found at the following links:

http://www.g503.ru/info/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?t=44&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0
http://www.rcforum.ru/showthread.php?t=17236

If you notice any errors or inaccuracies in this article, please inform us at retrodetal@gmail.com with a letter marked GAZ-67