Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Zastava - Yes, these still exist in Hungary!

Strange eastern european car, that is obviously past its sell-by-date :-)

Wikipedia writes ...
Zastava Automobiles is a Serbian industrial conglomerate based in the city of Kragujevac, 86 miles (138 km) southeast of Belgrade run as a joint venture between the Fiat Group (67 %) and the Serbian government.
It is most known for its Fiat-based automobiles, which began assembling in 1955 for Eastern European markets. The firm also manufactures military and sporting small arms, most of them based on Russian and German design, under the name Zastava Arms.

Hmm ... Would this be a Yugo 45?

Or, Zastava 311 Skala ... don't think many care!

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