Paz 672 (diecast 1:43, Classicbus)

  • Paz 672 (from 1967)
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  • Classicbus
  • 1:43
  • Showcase model / No engine
  • diecast
  • others
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  • Perfect mint condition
  • Original packaging exists
  • Not for sale
 

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This is PAZ 672 soviet bus. The model is made by Classicbus in scale 1:43. PAZ-672 - Soviet bus of small class, produced by Pavlovsk bus factory in 1967-1989. The predecessor is PAZ-652, the successor is PAZ-3205. The PAZ-672 buses were designed for regional and suburban routes with a small passenger traffic, although they were used and used in cities, often in the role of fixed-route taxis, service buses or auto-cars. PAZ-672 is a Soviet bus of small class, produced by Pavlovsk bus factory in 1967-1989. The predecessor is PAZ-652, the successor is PAZ-3205. The PAZ-672 buses were designed for regional and suburban routes with a small passenger traffic, although they were used in cities, often in the role of fixed-route taxis, service buses or auto-cars. The development of the PAZ-672 bus began in 1957. This was the further development of the PAZ-652B model. The bus uses an 8-cylinder V-engine and a chassis from a GAZ-53 truck, power steering. In parallel, the passenger trailer PAZ-750 was developed (it was not commercially produced). The technical project was ready at the end of 1958. The first prototype, apparently little different from the PAZ-652, was manufactured in November 1959. In the course of further work on the bus, the identified shortcomings of the PAZ-652 were taken into account, as well as new developments on the GAZ-52 and GAZ-53 trucks. In December 1960, a new version of the PAZ-672 appeared. The base of the body was used from the PAZ-652B, the brake system received a separate drive to the front and rear axles. In 1961 and 1963, three prototypes were built. After conducting departmental tests in late 1963, the bus was recommended for mass production. In December 1969, it was decided to upgrade the bus. The resource of the engine was increased, the reliability of the power steering of the rudder and brakes was increased, and the body was sealed. Changes were made constantly. However, this did not affect the index of the bus. In 1980, the modernized bus PAZ-672M was tested at the NAMI testing range tested its 350,000 km overhaul. Production of PAZ-672M began in December 1982. Until the end of 1989, 90,645 buses of this modification were produced. The production of the PAZ-672M bus ceased on November 30, 1989. It gave way to the conveyor of the more modern PAZ-3205 bus. A total of 190.150 PAZ-672 buses were produced, and along with the modifications - 288 688 buses.

Author: Eugen1985


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