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Re: valve drive train
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Perfect, you are a walking encyclopedia.

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/10/1 10:35
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Re: East Grand Blvd meets Gorky Park
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Thanks! As a quid pro pro the USAF tested everything available Russian airplane part.

"I believe it was a bomber, and they even copied the patch panel that covered a hole in the plane, instead of making the panel solid without it as the plane had been made in the US." ???

Do you believe in Santa? Sorry, that sounds like cold war rhetoric.

Posted on: 2011/10/1 10:29
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Re: There are rumors in circulation...
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Posted on: 2011/10/1 10:12
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Re: image restoration... desirable?
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I have dozens of them computer stored but for the most part thumbnails.

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 11:13
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Re: There are rumors in circulation...
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What was the white Tschaika 'Moby Dick' used for? If not painted white it would look like a flower car.
Thank you in anticipation!

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 11:05
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Re: Iron Age
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The overall weight of bullet proof versions came to several tons. How did they manage the coolant temperature?

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 10:56
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Re: East Grand Blvd meets Gorky Park
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I am also interested to know underlying facts. How could the Russkies ignore international industrial property rights?

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 10:42
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Re: valve drive train
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Cordial thanks! The snapped timing chain looks like a bike chain with simple roller bearings. Do you know its recommended maintenance intervals?
One of my editorial colleague in Hamburg collects material in connection with Russian combustion engines design but the basic research proved difficult. No documentation, no forum, no contemporary witness and newspaper archives filled with nondescript articles, a rush of meaningless content, a special kind of blandness. Russky Packards are verbatim composed of 'long live Lenin, Stalin and Moscow'.
Thanks again.
Was the ZIs110 engine derived from their truck production?

M. G.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 10:27
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valve drive train
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ZIS110

I'm looking for information about the valve drive train type (timing chain, gears, bevel drive, something else). Thank you in anticipation!

Posted on: 2011/7/26 13:10
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Re: Chaika/GAZ... better looking than Packard? Horrors!
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Guscha, does a Tshaika have solid axles with leaf springs at rear ends?
Were Tshaikas sold to foreigners?

http://ilkkaluoma.kuvat.fi/kuvat/Unelma+-+Tshaika/

Guscha, haben Tshaikas Starachsen und Blattfedern hinten? Wurden sie von den Russkies exportiert? Schon mal danke im voraus. 8-]

Posted on: 2011/1/25 8:20
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