The Soviet rough terrain personal vehicle developed in 1943 as a result of operating experience of Willys Jeep and Fords GPW transferred as part of the Lend-Lease from the USA. Successor to failed: GAZ-61 and -64.
Was produced for 10 years in Gorky Automobile Factory (GAZ – Gorkowskij Awtomobilnyj Zavod), from the second half of 1943 till 1953. Until the end of the Second World War nearly 5000 were built, a total of approximately 93,000 GAZ-67’s were produced.
He served for the transportation of 4-6 soldiers or approx. 400 kg load, was able to tow trailers with a mass of 800 kg. Often was used as a light guns and mortars tractor.
„Chapaev” was also a basic rough terrain personal vehicle of the Polish Peoples Army untill introduction of GAZ-69.
Length / width / height: 3.35 / 1.69 / 1.7 m
Curb weight: 1320 kg
Load capacity: 400 kg
Drive: gasoline, bottom valve, 4-cylinder with a capacity of 3285 cm3 and power of 54 hp
Maximum speed: 90 km / h