Here we have a pikap, formerly the property of the Russian taxpayer.
Yes, it's a pikap. As best as I remember my Cyrillic the owner's handbook says Patriot Pikap Kargo. It may look ancient, but seemingly still in production.
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@Cé-hé-sin I've wanted a 452/2206 series Buchanka for a while now.
Not rationally, of course.
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@Cé-hé-sin Ah yes, the UAZ "Loaf." Such unapologetically utilitarian things. This one has a Ukraine flag trying to counteract the Zs. Interesting.
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@WhoIsTheLeader and bullet holes through the windshield. Methinks it may have been ....confiscated... by ....non-Russians...
Ukrainian flag may be a clue as well....
So the passenger version of the Buchanka would be "Patriot", this one the "Pikap" and the van style, "Kargo"?
Interesting that Buchanka means called "pan loaf"! Typ 2 VWs are called *pão de forma" (pan loaf) in Portuguese-speaking countries. And then there was the Kommisbrot Hanomag!
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@Cé-hé-sin Yay! UAZ! I do love these things, especially in van form...
I guess so. I had thought that the vehicle was actually called the Patriot Pikap Kargo but now I see the commas it must mean three different body styles.