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Welcome I love the pic. I'm interested to the truck finished i bet it will look great
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In practice, every competition has a lot of crashes. Some trucks are going crushed by others. And always we can see at this competitions a lot of dirt (or snow), fun "drift" ( ) of huge machines and stench of exhaust gases

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Сompletely agree, ZIL 130 have an collective image of american tracks of that time. But it is more plus of this car because the shape has turned out beautiful.

Thus the design is imposed for the big sizes of a car ( 2.20 m width of a cabin )


Some words about ZIL 130 Stock Engine

V8 6.0
Compression 7,1:1
150 hp/3200rpm
402 nm/1800-2000 rpm
weight 490 kg

This engine also available in 7.0 liters

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Yes, Zil 130/131 trucks are very popular all over the world =)

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By the way, there was a question. Whether there were american trucks with the sizes of a cabin as at Zil 130 (and with similar design)?

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Copying of design and design decisions took root to factories from the country leaders. Unfortunately...

But in Russia always there were talented designers and artists. Many projects were closed at the earliest stages.

But it is the fact that the design school of the Soviet car factories has come from USA . The first big russian car factory was built with the help of Ford and the first products of "GAZ" factory was license ford cars.

So, Thank you mr. Henry Ford =)
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Thanks guys =)

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Wow what great trucks! I was in the Republic of Georgia in 2005 and saw some similar trucks and many interesting vehicles. Keep look fordward to more progress pictures.
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Sorry for my english and spelling!! I should re-read before hitting the submit button! lol !
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I decided to post some photos from different stages of my project


My poor little van

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Big wrecker for big car =)

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Small white spot in the middle of photo is my E250 =)

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On the early stage

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Understating of a back axis

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I feel as if I the dwarf

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I bought an engine from Mercedes benz sl 55 amg kompressor.
We will establish on my engine the compressor from this motor.

In plans not less than 500 horsepower and 600 nm of torque
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Thanks) The closest association with our truck racing is Flat Out video game =)

In Russia we have many interesting kinds of autosport.
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So guys, help me please find some photos of american tracks with similar with Zil 130 size (Width of a cabin of 2.2 meters) and design. I can not find it

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So guys, help me please find some photos of american tracks with similar with Zil 130 size (Width of a cabin of 2.2 meters) and design. I can not find it

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I think you mean American Trucks? If so we would need the with of the frame you would use to start with. Or are you wanting to put the Zil on an American frame?
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Yes, Trucks...oOps %)

It would be interesting to me to learn a little about the American trucks in the sizes like Zil 130.

It is very interesting for me - learning design of American analogs
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Some time ago I have bought the engine from Mercedes Benz CL 55 AMG Kompressor.

I want to install the compressor from this engine in my Zil =)

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Good to see you back on the forum. That thing should make the Zil get out and go fast.
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Yes I hope that it is was a good idea to buy that kind of kompressor
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