GAZ-21

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Model  GAZ-21 (not GAZ-M-21)
Seating 2
Curb weight, kg TOTAL 1,730
front axle -
rear axle -
Gross weight, kg TOTAL -
front axle -
rear axle -
Payload [carrying capacity] weight, kg -
Permissible [semi-]trailer weight, kg -
Length, mm 4500
Width, mm 1760
Height, mm 1865
Wheelbase, mm 2440 + 860
Track width, mm front -
rear -
Minimal ground clearance, mm under front axle 157
under rear axle 220
Minimal radius of turn, m b/n curbs (outer front wheel) -
b/n walls (extreme exterior dimension -
Maximum speed, km/h 87
Fuel consumption, liters/100km -
Acceleration time from 0-100 km/h, seconds -
Transmission gearbox worm pair - 5.2
gearbox ratios -
main gear ratio -
transfer case ratio -
clutch -
Wheels number -
tire size 7,00-16
tire pressure, kg/cm2 -
Suspension front -
rear -
Steering gear -
gear ratio -
Brakes braking distance, m -
service (foot) -
parking (hand) -
Filling capacities, liters fuel tank -
engine cooling system -
engine lubrication system -
gearbox housing  -
axle housing -
steering system cylinder -
shock absorbers -
hydraulic brake drive -
air filter -
Carburetor -
Electric equipment -
Accumulator battery -
Generator [alternator] -
Relay-regulator -
Starter motor -
Timer-distributor -
Spark plugs -
Engine engine type -
cylinder work order -
maximum horsepower, hp -
maximum torque, Nm -
displacement, liters -
compression ratio -
bore/stroke, mm -
Years of production 1936 experimental
Overall units made few
Wheel arrangement 6 X 4
Pictures  37 KB (b/w, front view [7])

72 KB (color, side view [3])

48 KB (b/w, side view [4])*

*Grachev is behind the wheel of this experimental truck.

 This 6 X 4 truck which is based on a modified chassis of GAZ-M-1 using 2-seat cabin and slightly modified gearbox of GAZ-AA, cargo section with folding benches of GAZ-4, and wheels, fenders and radiator grill of GAZ-M-1. The maximum incline that this vehicle could overtake was 31 degrees. Also, for overtaking rough terrain there are small diameter supporting rollers between the first and second axles. 

 

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