Moskvich AZLK

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The Moskvich 412 is a car produced by the Soviet/Russian car manufacturer, AZLK (later known as IzhAvto), from 1967 to 1976. It was an updated version of the previous Moskvich 408 model, featuring a new body design, more powerful engine, and improved suspension.

The Moskvich 412 was powered by a 1.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, which could produce up to 75 horsepower. It was available in both sedan and wagon body styles, and was widely used as a taxi in the Soviet Union.

Despite its popularity, the Moskvich 412 was known for its somewhat outdated design and limited reliability. However, it was considered a durable and affordable vehicle for its time, and became a symbol of Soviet-era transportation.
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