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22.08 11:12 - Кражба на Интелектуална собственост и патенти
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COPYCATS Simca Chrysler 1307/1308 (France) ➤ Talbot 1510 (Finland) ➤ Moskvitch-2141 Aleko (USSR) April 17, 2018 Simca Chrysler 1307/1308 (France). 1975 (Wiki) image Talbot 1510 (Finland). 1979 (Wiki) image Moskvitch-2141 Aleko (USSR). 1986 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags France, Russia/USSR, Finland Comment   FIAT 124 Special/125 (ITALY) ➤ Polski Fiat 125p (Poland) ➤ VAZ-2103 Zhiguli (USSR) ➤ Nasr 125 (Egypt) April 17, 2018 FIAT 124 Special/125 (ITALY). 1967-1968 (Wiki) image Polski Fiat 125p (Poland). 1967 image VAZ-2103 Zhiguli (USSR). 1972 (Wiki) image Nasr 125 (Egypt) image In vehicle, car Tags Italy, Russia/USSR, Egypt, Poland 2 Comments   Fiat 124 (Italy) ➤ SEAT 124 (Spain) ➤ VAZ 2101 "Zhiguli" (USSR) ➤ Tofaş Murat 124 (Turkey) April 17, 2018 The Fiat 124 is a small family car manufactured and marketed by Fiat between 1966 and 1974.
The Russian-built Lada 1200 and 1300 produced until 1988 were based on the Fiat 124, along with other licensed variants manufactured worldwide — Wikipedia Fiat 124 (Italy). 1966 (Wiki) image SEAT 124 (Spain). 1968 image VAZ 2101 "Zhiguli" / Lada 1200 (USSR). 1970 (Wiki) image Tofaş Murat 124 (Turkey). 1971 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags Italy, Russia/USSR, Turkey, Spain Comment   NSU Prinz (Germany) ➤ ZAZ-966/968 Zaporozhets (USSR) April 16, 2018 NSU Prinz 4 (Germany). 1961 (Wiki) image ZAZ-966/968 Zaporozhets (USSR). 1966 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags Germany, Russia/USSR Comment   Fiat 600 (Italy) ➤ ZAZ-965 (USSR) April 16, 2018 Fiat 600 (Italy). 1955 (Wiki) image ZAZ-965 (USSR). 1960 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags Italy, Russia/USSR 2 Comments   Packard Patrician 1965 (USA) ➤ GAZ-13 Chaika (USSR) ➤ ZIL-111 (USSR) April 16, 2018 Packard Patrician 1965 (USA). 1956 (Wiki) image GAZ-13 Chaika (USSR). 1959 (Wiki) image ZIL-111 (USSR). 1958 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags USA, Russia/USSR 2 Comments   Ford Mainline (USA) ➤ GAZ-21 (USSR) ➤ Dongfanghong BJ760 (China) April 16, 2018 Ford Mainline (USA). 1952 (Wiki) image GAZ-21 (USSR). 1956 (Wiki) image Dongfanghong BJ760 (China). 1960 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags USA, Russia/USSR 1 Comment   Buick Super (USA) ➤ GAZ-12 ZIM (USSR) April 16, 2018 Buick Super (USA). 1939 (Wiki) image GAZ-12 ZIM (USSR). 1950 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags USA, Russia/USSR Comment   Opel Kadett K38 (Germany) ➤ Moskvitch 400-420 (USSR) April 16, 2018 Opel Kadett K38 (Germany). 1937 (Wiki) image Moskvitch 400-420 (USSR). 1947 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags Germany, Russia/USSR Comment   Packard 180/Custom Super Eight One-Eighty (USA) ➤ ZIS-110 (USSR) April 16, 2018 ZIS-110 was a limousine from ZIL introduced in 1946. The 110 was developed from the reverse engineering of a 1942 Packard Super Eight[1] during 1944. — Wikipedia Packard 180/Custom Super Eight One-Eighty (USA). 1940 (Wiki) image ZIS-110 (USSR). 1946 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags USA, Russia/USSR Comment   Buick-32-90 (USA) ➤ Leningrad-1 (USSR) April 16, 2018 Buick-32-90 (USA). 1931 image Leningrad-1 (USSR). 1933 (Wiki) image In vehicle, car Tags USA, Russia/USSR Comment   BMW R-71 (Germany) ➤ Dnepr M-72 (USSR) ➤ Chang-Jiang 750 (CHINA) January 18, 2017 BMW R-71 (Germany). 1938 (WIKI) image Dnepr M-72 (USSR).  1956 (WIKI) The official version reads that, after long discussion and debate, the BMW R71 motorcycle was decided to most closely match the Red Army’s requirements. Five units were covertly purchased through intermediaries in neutral Sweden and smuggled to Russia. Soviet engineers in Moscow busily dismantled the 5 BMWs. They copied every detail of the BMW design and made moulds and dies to produce their own engines and gearboxes in Moscow. Everything about the bike was reverse engineered. Early in 1941, the first trial samples of M-72 motorcycles were shown to Stalin, who immediately approved production of the motorcycles. — www.ural.cc image Chang-Jiang 750 (CHINA). late 1950s or early 1960s (WIKI)  The CJ750 motorcycle is based on the original 1956 Soviet IMZ (Irbitski Mototsikletniy Zavod) M-72 which itself was derived from the earlier German 1938 BMW R71. Nearly all of them have sidecars. They are often erroneously referred to as BMW “replicas” when in fact, they are derivatives of the IMZ M-72. — Wikipedia image In vehicle, motorcycle Tags Germany, Russia/USSR, China     Ford Prefect (UK) ➤ KIM 10-50 (USSR) ➤ Ford-Vairogs Junior (Latvia) November 29, 2015 Ford Prefect (UK), 1938 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image KIM 10-50 (USSR), 1940 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image FORD-VAIROGS JUNIOR (LATVIA), 1938 (WIKI) image View fullsize image In car, vehicle Tags UK, Russia/USSR, Latvia Comment   Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA) ➤ GAZ M-1 (USSR) November 29, 2015 Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA). 1934 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image View fullsize image GAZ M-1 (USSR). 1936 (Wiki) Work began in 1933/34 on a replacement for the GAZ-A, again using a (newer) Ford model as the basis. The model in question was the Ford Model B, which was becoming available with a wide range of different bodies in North America. — Wikipedia image View fullsize image View fullsize image View fullsize image In car, vehicle Tags USA, Russia/USSR Comment   Ford Model A/AA (USA) ➤ GAZ A/AA (USSR) November 27, 2015 In May 1929 the Soviet Union signed an agreement with the Ford Motor Company.Under its terms, the Soviets agreed to purchase $13 million worth of automobiles and parts, while Ford agreed to give technical assistance until 1938 to construct an integrated automobile-manufacturing plant at Nizhny Novgorod. Production started on January 1, 1932, and the factory and marque was titled Nizhegorodsky Avtomobilny Zavod, or NAZ, but also displayed the “Ford” sign. GAZ’s first vehicle was the medium-priced Ford Model A, sold as the NAZ-A, and a light truck, the Ford Model AA (NAZ-AA). NAZ-A production commenced in 1932 and lasted until 1936, during which time over 100,000 examples were built.
In 1933, the factory’s name changed to Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod, or GAZ. — Wikipedia Ford Model A/AA (USA). 1927 (Wiki/Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image View fullsize image GAZ A/AA (USSR). 1932 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image View fullsize image In vehicle Tags USA, Russia/USSR Comment   Bantam BRC-40 (USA) ➤ Ford GP (USA) ➤ Willys MA/MB (USA) ➤ GAZ 64/67 (USSR) November 27, 2015 Bantam BRC-40 (USA). 1941 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image FORD GP (USA). 1941 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image Willys MA/MB (USA). 1941 (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image GAZ 64/67 (USSR). 1941  (Wiki) image View fullsize image View fullsize image


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