GAZ M21 Volga
The GAZ M21 Volga, the first car to carry the Volga name, was developed in the early 1950s. Volgas were built with high ground clearance (what gives it a specific "high" look, contrary to "low-long-sleek" look of Western cars of similar design),...
Музей Авто-СССР в Черноусово
There were special bicycles to inspect railway lines for top executives of railway companies, for example, railway masters already before 1900. The sample exhibited on museum display No. 18 came from Sweden. The light construction of the wheels...
Styria is a federal land in the south-east of Austria. The capital and the largest city is Graz. Styria cart was a sort of breakthrough and it occured mainly in the villages. It was used for light transportation. When people went to Sunday church...
A four-seat Sunday vehicle was a carriage of the peasants from Kärntner. Essentially they were used for cargo transportation on the territory of the South Kärntner. The people rode it to town for shopping and to churches.
"Mercedes benz" gasoline test engine
This up-to-date gasoline engine was designed for installation on the Geländewagen-Klasse „M“. The construction of the "V12" engine of 3.5 l capacity allows developing maximum power of 245 kW (333 hp). A 6-speed automatic gearbox and a transfer...
Diesel engine cut-away model
In order to understand the functioning of a diesel engine easier the ESG model with a complicated cut-out was made in the town of Linz. Thus it becomes clear how water and oil come to the cylinder and circulate there.