ZiL-131 KShM

with Soviet Drivers

Item number
35524
Scale
1:35
Date
21.08.2019
Time period
Modern
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Soviet Army, 1986.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Czechoslovak Army, late 1980s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Soviet Army, late 80s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Russian Army, late 2000s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Ukrainian Army, late 2000s.
Model size (length x height)
212 x 93 mm
Box size
294 x 230 x 58 mm
Number of details
203+13

The set includes 230 parts for assembly of ZiL-131 KShM truck model and 13 parts for assembly of 2 figures of Soviet drivers

ZiL-131 was the main all-road Soviet Army truck of 70’s – 80’s. It’s serial production was launched in 1967. This truck featured high reliability and all-road abilities.

The basic model was used mainly as personnel transport or 5-t cargo truck.

Those trucks were supplied to Warsaw Pact countries and also to many countries of Asia and Africa.

There had been produced about 1000000 trucks since 1967 till 1990 in ZiL plant. Improved model ZiL-131N was being produced since 1986 and later production moved to Ural Automotive Plant.

There were many ZiL-131 modifications for Soviet Army and civilian use. One of them was the Command Vehicle (KShM).  

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Item number
35524
Scale
1:35
Date
21.08.2019
Time period
Modern
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Soviet Army, 1986.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Czechoslovak Army, late 1980s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Soviet Army, late 80s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Russian Army, late 2000s.
Markings
ZiL-131 KShM, Ukrainian Army, late 2000s.
Model size (length x height)
212 x 93 mm
Box size
294 x 230 x 58 mm
Number of details
203+13
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