Video: Found Soviet "nine" Director Of ZAZ, Standing In The & Nbsp; Garage For 30 Years
The Ukrainian blogger RomUrraco found a VAZ-21093 in Zaporozhye, which belonged to the technical director of the ZAZ plant. The hatchback, released in 1990, stood motionless in the garage almost all the time and retained a mileage of 1150 kilometers.
Still the Soviet "nine" belongs to the first batch of machines with a long wing. To the technical director of ZAZ, the Russian contractor handed over two hatchbacks at once, which were transported from Togliatti partly by auto transporter, partly on their own. The owner used the basic version every day, and put the luxury version in the garage for storage.
- "Nine" stood in the garage under a cover for almost 30 years. During this time, the suspension parts were covered with corrosion and the tires were peeling, otherwise the car remained in excellent condition. The set includes an unused spare wheel and documentation.
- The new owner of the hatchback changed the battery and drove the car to his garage, where he showed it to the blogger. After the examination, Roma bought the "nine" and sent it to Kiev by auto transporter. The blogger did not say what he would do with the car next.
The VAZ-21093 modification was produced from 1988 to 2006, and versions with a short and long wing were produced in parallel from 1990 to 1993. "Nine" from Zaporozhye has a standard 69-horsepower 1.5 engine with a carburetor and a five-speed "mechanics". The luxury version of the early 1990s is distinguished by fabric inserts on door cards, velor seat upholstery, a Ural radio tape recorder and improved sound insulation.
Earlier, the blogger bought another "nine" in 1990 for the collection - cherry with a short wing. This hatchback has traveled only 62 kilometers in its entire life.