Video: Look At The "Loaf", From Which & Nbsp; Was Made A Six-wheeled Motorhome
The Polish company Tarmot4x4, which is a distributor of the Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant, converted the UAZ-3303, also known as the "Loaf", into a six-wheeled vehicle. Later, a motorhome was built from this car. Photos of the car were published on the page "Soviet Autoprom" in "VKontakte".
The third axle was connected to an all-wheel drive transmission using an additional cardan shaft passing over the middle axle. The car received a lengthened frame, pneumatic differential locks on the two rear axles and off-road tires.
- The cab was replaced with a two-row cab from the UAZ Farmer truck. It is not sold in Europe, so the Poles had to take the aggregate base of the standard "Loaf" as a basis. Atmospheric engine 2.7 with a capacity of 112 hp. and the five-speed "mechanics" remained intact.
The three-axle Loaf was created for a German client. It was in Germany that a residential module was installed on the car and it turned into a mobile home. The cost of the project is unknown.
The Ulyanovsk Automobile Plant carried out experiments on the six-wheeled Loaf back in the 1970s. The three-axle prototype UAZ-452K received a 16-seat layout, but the car turned out to be too slow and gluttonous, so the modification did not go into production.