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Chaika “Tshaika” 13 GAZ - 1962

A Chaika (Russian: Ча́йка), which means gull, is a luxury automobile from the Soviet Union made by GAZ. The vehicle is one step down from the ZIL limousine.

Chevrolet Deluxe - 1942

The Chevrolet Deluxe was introduced late in the 1941 model year as a 4-door sedan. In 1942 a fastback 2-door "aerosedan" became an option.

Cadillac Allante - 1991

The Allanté is a two-door, two-seater roadster manufactured and marketed by Cadillac from 1986 until 1993, with roughly 21,000 units built over a seven-year production run. DKW Junior - 1961 In terms of its size and pricing, the DKW Junior slotted into the range just below the Auto Union 1000, which itself underwent an upgrade and a name change (from DKW to Auto Union) in 1957. The Junior was therefore from its introduction until August 1963 the only DKW branded car.

GLAS 1204 - 1963

The Glas 1004 is a small two-door, four-seater automobile produced by Hans Glas GmbH at Dingolfing. It was first exhibited in public, in coupé form, at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1961.

Scania BF86S Kiitokori Showroom buses

Back in 70´s BK-Group ordered several specially equipped bus bodies from Kiitokori, Finland. Renting the buses was a huge success for the multiple uses as a showroom on the road.
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Photos mainly by Matti Kreivilä. Historical facts and technical details of the vehicles provided by Wikipedia. Movies YouTube.
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