An official press conference was held at IL-86
Today, September 29, organizers of the largest technical festival OldCarLand held a press conference for journalists aboard the IL-86 aircraft at the State Museum of Aviation.
During a meeting with journalists, Vadim Navrotsky, Pavel Lozovenko and Vladimir Mukan told that they are waiting for visitors on the 7th OldCarLand. Also, the director of the State Museum of Aviation Yuri Ziatdinov spoke.
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Vadim Navrocki emphasized during the presentation of the festival that the most complete collection of LAZ domestic buses in the world this time was replenished with interesting models – the LAZ-690 truck crane on the ZIL truck chassis. From this model the plant began production of transport. And also – a comfortable long-distance bus “Liner-12”.
Pavel Lozovenko told about unique cars, which can not but surprise. This is a rare sporty Mercedes-Benz 190SL in 1958, a unique American car De Soto 6 in 1939, a representative GAZ-14-05 Seagull cabriolet that drove all the Ukrainian defense ministers during state parades.
However, this is far from a complete list of cars that could already be seen in the early hours of the event. Civilian and military vehicles of the Second World War have already taken their place – German Opel Super-6 1941, Mercedes-Benz-770D 1943, American Willys MB 1940s, Soviet GAZ AA. Widely represented a line of cars made in the 1950s-1960s. Of the cars of these years of release there are many rare modifications. An interesting exhibit is the representative ZIS-110 1950s issue, which was developed for Stalin.
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There will be something to look for and amateurs of powerful American cars. Expected are the legendary Ford Mustang Boss 302 1970, the Dodge Charger 1971 release and the very rare Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda.
“It’s no wonder that the festival is not the first year in the State Museum of Aviation. The love of engine noise and the desire to save history are common values for the organizers of OldCarLand and for the administration of the State Museum of Aviation,” Yuriy Ziatdinov summed up.