Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA) ➤ GAZ M-1 (USSR)

Ford V8 40 Fordor (USA). 1934 (Wiki)


GAZ M-1 (USSR). 1936 (Wiki)

Work began in 1933/34 on a replacement for the GAZ-A, again using a (newer) Ford model as the basis. The model in question was the Ford Model B, which was becoming available with a wide range of different bodies in North America.
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Ford Model A/AA (USA) ➤ GAZ A/AA (USSR)

In May 1929 the Soviet Union signed an agreement with the Ford Motor Company.Under its terms, the Soviets agreed to purchase $13 million worth of automobiles and parts, while Ford agreed to give technical assistance until 1938 to construct an integrated automobile-manufacturing plant at Nizhny Novgorod. Production started on January 1, 1932, and the factory and marque was titled Nizhegorodsky Avtomobilny Zavod, or NAZ, but also displayed the “Ford” sign. GAZ’s first vehicle was the medium-priced Ford Model A, sold as the NAZ-A, and a light truck, the Ford Model AA (NAZ-AA). NAZ-A production commenced in 1932 and lasted until 1936, during which time over 100,000 examples were built.
In 1933, the factory’s name changed to Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod, or GAZ.
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Ford Model A/AA (USA). 1927 (Wiki/Wiki)

GAZ A/AA (USSR). 1932 (Wiki)

Bantam BRC-40 (USA) ➤ Ford GP (USA) ➤ Willys MA/MB (USA) ➤ GAZ 64/67 (USSR)

Bantam BRC-40 (USA). 1941 (Wiki)

FORD GP (USA). 1941 (Wiki)

Willys MA/MB (USA). 1941 (Wiki)

GAZ 64/67 (USSR). 1941  (Wiki)