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Apocalypse Now: Brand New Look of Soviet Cars

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Kazakh artist Daniyar Kdyrov gives a new life to old soviet cars. Using his imagination he turns cars into apocalyptic moster-trucks.

© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovZiL 130 Concept. First prototype of the ZiL 130 truck was produced in 1956. It was one of the most produced cargo trucks in the Soviet Russia.
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ZiL 130 Concept. First prototype of the ZiL 130 truck was produced in 1956. It was one of the most produced cargo trucks in the Soviet Russia.
© Daniyar KdyrovBuhanka Concept. Buhanka (or UAZ-452) is a family off-road van. Manufacturing on the van first started in 1965 in the USSR. People refer to it as 'Buhanka' because the vehicle resembled a loaf of Russian black bread.
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Buhanka Concept. Buhanka (or UAZ-452) is a family off-road van. Manufacturing on the van first started in 1965 in the USSR. People refer to it as 'Buhanka' because the vehicle resembled a loaf of Russian black bread.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovNiva Concept. Lada Niva or VAZ-2121 is a Soviet-made version of off-road vehicle.
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Niva Concept. Lada Niva or VAZ-2121 is a Soviet-made version of off-road vehicle.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovTornado Hunters. ZIL-157 was taken as the basis for this picture. It was a 6x6 truck produced in the USSR after World War II.
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Tornado Hunters. ZIL-157 was taken as the basis for this picture. It was a 6x6 truck produced in the USSR after World War II.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovMoskvich 407 Concept. The Moskvich 407 compact car was produced in USSR from 1958 to 1964.
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Moskvich 407 Concept. The Moskvich 407 compact car was produced in USSR from 1958 to 1964.
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Moskvich drift.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovZAZ Concept. It is a ZAZ-965A. It was a city car produced in Soviet Russia from 1960 to 1963.
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ZAZ Concept. It is a ZAZ-965A. It was a city car produced in Soviet Russia from 1960 to 1963.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovZhiga. The VAZ-2101, commonly nicknamed "Zhiguli" and "Kopeyka" (for the smallest coin in the kopeyka), was a compact sedan car. It was produced in the USSR from 1970 to 1988. This vehicle was the first product of AvtoVAZ company.
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Zhiga. The VAZ-2101, commonly nicknamed "Zhiguli" and "Kopeyka" (for the smallest coin in the kopeyka), was a compact sedan car. It was produced in the USSR from 1970 to 1988. This vehicle was the first product of AvtoVAZ company.
© Photo : Daniyar KdyrovMoskvich rally. Above is a Moskvich 412. It was a small family car produced in the USSR in 1967-1976
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Moskvich rally. Above is a Moskvich 412. It was a small family car produced in the USSR in 1967-1976
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