In one of the Ukrainian cities of Poltava region blogger Roma Urraco met with the owners of the garage, where a long time is GAS-2410 1989 issue, inherited a legacy from a relative. The mileage of the Volga is only 844 miles.
Along with car successors have maintained the four box sealed vodka “Russkaya” production 1980-ies, Soviet bag of condensed milk and a bunch of spare parts for Volga, including lights, shock absorbers, springs, carburetor, and more. All of this is in the garage with the car.
White sedan GAZ-2410 belonged to the police chief of a small town who bought a car before retirement. He drove it very rarely and in as a main machine used Lada Zhiguli.
Volga stands in the garage without moving since the beginning of 2000-ies. Thanks to a very generous anti-corrosion treatment carried out immediately after the purchase of the sedan in January 1990, the body is in perfect condition. While the car is not washed, and from rural roads in the wheel arches has accumulated a large amount of dirt.
Inside the sedan remained service book with marks about the purchase and pre-sale preparation, tool set, untouched spare wheel and the radio along with a cassette of the Swedish group Katz, which came in the kit. Also in the cabin was found a cigarette, “Vatra”, which was used as a means for controlling moths.
GAZ-2410 is equipped with a 2.4-liter gasoline engine producing 100 horsepower, four-speed “mechanics” and rear wheel drive. Sedan was produced from 1985 to 1992, and during this time was produced 417 481 the model instance.