On the NZ site Trademe.co.nz there was an announcement about the sale of Soviet car VAZ-2107, equipped with two-liter engine.
For right-hand drive “seven” of the 1988 release asking 5750 NZD, which corresponds to 240 thousand rubles. The car is located in Nelson, in the Central part of the country.
As the author writes of the ad, the mileage is 141 thousand. “Seven” is in good technical condition and looks quite fresh for its age. The image of the car complement the original wheels, extra lights on the bumper and hammer and sickle instead of the brand logo on the radiator grille.
Under the hood is not a native of VAZ motor, and a two-liter gasoline engine Fiat, established ten years ago. The “Fiat” borrowed and grip, but a five-speed gearbox was left home. In addition, this VAZ-2017 received reworked suspension and a different exhaust system.
The Soviet Union exported “Lady” to New Zealand in the eighties: it was in the first place, “Fields”, but also on the other side of the earth sent “classics” and “Samara”. It is noteworthy that some of the supplies new Zealanders will not pay the money, and mutton and butter.