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Produced 1932-1950
Notable for The WW2 russian truck


Type 4 cylinder
Fuel gasoline
Power 41 HP
Maximum Torque




Curb Weight 1,8T
Crew 2
Height 1,870 m
Length 5,335 m
Width 2,030 m
Ground Clearance 0,200 m


Driving Licence Car
Can be transported in a container?
Requires an Export Licence?

Driving capacities

Fuel Capacity
Fuel Consumption 19.5 l / 100 km
Speed on Road 70 km / h
Speed Cross-country
Payload 1,5T


Type mechanic


Tyre Size


Soviet WWII light trucks GAZ-AA for sale. 

The GAZ-AA (Russian ГАЗ-АА) is a vintage light Soviet truck that was produced by Gorkowski Awtomobilny Sawod (GAZ for short) from 1932 to 1938. It was designed as a two-door pickup and was equipped with mechanical brakes on both axles. A three-axle variant of the vehicle was built under the name GAZ-AAA. We also sell GAZ-69 and GAZ-67



Vehicle history

As early as February 1930, the first ten Ford AA trucks were assembled in today's GAZ plant, which was then known as Nizhnegorodski Awtomobilny Sawod; the parts still came from the USA. The first self-made truck NAZ-AA left the factory on January 29, 1932. These vehicles were manufactured according to the original drawings by Ford.

When Nizhny Novgorod was renamed Gorky in October 1932, the automobile plant was also renamed. The vehicles were then delivered as GAZ-AA. At the end of the year, 60 vehicles were already being produced every day.

In 1938 there was the only major revision of the model. The engine was replaced by a more powerful model from the GAZ-M1. The result was the GAZ-MM, which was still in series production until around 1950. In the literature, this is often not seen as a separate model, but as a branch of the GAZ-AA.

The GAZ-AA / GAZ-MM was the first truly mass-produced automobile in the Soviet Union. 1,023,000 copies were produced in all model variants. As of 1941, the Red Army alone had over 150,000 units in its inventory. Some also went to the Wehrmacht during the Second World War and were used there. At times, over 65% of all automobiles manufactured in the USSR were GAZ-AA.

In addition to the production in Gorki, the Gossudarstwenny Avtosprotschny Sawod imeni KIM (Russian Государственный автосборочный завод имени КИМ, German state-owned car assembly plant named KIM), which later built assemblies in Moscow from 19 to 1930, works as a kit in Moscow from 19 to Moscow (1933), Moscow-based manufacturer of models from Moscow-19 to Moscow, 1933. From December 1932, GAZ-AA trucks were assembled from parts from GAZ, about 30% of the production went through the KIM plant. In August 1933 it was administratively subordinate to GAZ and remained a branch of the company until 1939.

Technical specifications


  • Engine: four-cylinder gasoline engine
  • Displacement: 3.285 l
  • Power: 29.5 kW (40 hp)
  • Tank capacity: 40 l
  • Range: 215 km
  • Transmission: mechanical, four forward gears, one reverse gear
  • Top speed: 70 km / h
  • Seats: 2

Weights and dimensions

  • Payload: 1500 kg
  • Empty weight: 1810 kg
  • Permissible total weight: 3310 kg
  • Length: 5335 mm
  • Width: 1950 mm
  • Height: 1970 mm
  • Wheelbase: 3340 mm
  • Ground clearance: 200 mm
  • Load bed length: 2515 mm
  • Track width (front axle): 1405 mm


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