Offered for sale is an extremely rare, legendary 1967 GAZ 21 Volga Deluxe Chrome package, Series III. Russian/Soviet biggest and most luxurious car sold to individual owners in the USSR in large quantities, though its price was very high and made it unavailable for most car buyers.
White/Grey with Green interior. She is in a great cosmetic and mechanical shape. Incredible Survivor! Still reliable enough for everyday driving. It is only 66,000 kilometers/41,000 miles on the clock. Two owners before me. 99.9% original. She hasn’t been used much most of her life and then she stuck in a barn from 1999 until 2014 when I picked her up. Even original bulbs radio works. Not original only: battery, tires, floor mats and oil filter. Original tool kit. Original jack. Original spare tire. Original USSR First Aid Kit (mandatory in Europe) with all the original ingredients inside. No any sort of prior body damage. Brand new tires, starter, alternator, battery, brake hoses and muffler. She runs and drives great and pleasant. Has no mechanical issues.
When I received her in US, she was fully serviced and all fluids where changed to quality American brands.
Powered by 75 hp (56 kW; 76 PS), 2.4 L inline four cylinder engine and three-speed transmission with a steering column shifter. Rear wheel drive.
I personally imported her four years ago. She is completely street legal, has a Clear Florida title on hands and can be registered and insured anywhere in the US with no issues. Also, I can ship her anywhere in the world. Now you have a great and rare opportunity to own a part of Soviet history!
I reside in Ft. Myers, FL. Come, inspect and test drive this great, exotic vehicle and you couldn't resist of buying one. Take a closer look at the pictures, they speak for themselves. More pictures available upon request. Two years ago, she was appraised for $32,449. My more than reasonable asking price is $18,900 obo. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or text me any time at: (239) 415 - 0600.
About 80,000 GAZ 21 Volga were registered in the USSR total. Today, it is considered an icon with fans and clubs all over the world. There are only a handful of them in the USA.
Jay Leno has one in his collection: here
Vladimir Putin has two of them registered to his personal name and gave a ride in one of them to George W. Bush when he was visiting Russia during his presidency: here
One Black GAZ 21 Volga was given to Yuri Gagarin after his orbital flight as a reward.
Also, she appeared in numbers of Hollywood movies and music clips.
The GAZ 21 Volga was produced in the Soviet Union from 1956 to 1970. The very first Volga was developed in the early 1950s. It was built with high ground clearance (which gives it a specific high look, contrary to low-long-sleek look of Western cars of similar design), rugged suspension, strong and forgiving engine, and rustproofing unheard of in the 1950s.
Volga was stylistically in line with the major United States manufacturers of that period, and incorporated such then-luxury features as the reclining front seat, cigarette lighter, heater, windshield washer and 3-wave radio.
Three series (generations) GAZ-21 were released, most easily distinguished by the grille. The First Series (1956–58), known as the Star, featured a lattice of three large horizontal bars in the center of which was a medallion with a star. Vehicles of the Second Series (1958-1962), known as the Shark, featured a grille with 16 vertical slits. Finally, the Third Series (1962-1970), known as the Baleen, featured a grille with 34 thin vertical rods.
The Third Series was produced from 1962 to 1970. The 1962 models dropped the leaping deer hood ornament, and had a new grille. The headliner changed from cloth to vinyl, and the radio became optional.
Volga Dvadtsat' Odin (Twenty One in Russian) was produced nearly as long as the Citroen DS, and played the same role in Russian automotive culture: a legend-on-wheels.
|“Outstanding, extremely well-maintained original showing very minimal wear. In the context of newer vehicles this condition rating would typically apply to vehicles that are front line ready for sale on a dealer’s forecourt. They are fully serviced, have low to average mileage, or carry Certified Pre-Owned status. They require no refurbishment or repairs, and would have clean title history with no accident history.” |
| Year: || 1967 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || 176158 |
| Mileage: || 41000 || Interior Color: || Green |
| Make: || GAZ || Number of Cylinders: || 4 |
| Model: || Volga || Transmission: || Manual |
| Trim: || Deluxe || Body Type: || Sedan |
| Engine: || 2.4 L || Warranty: || Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty |
| Drive Type: || RWD || Vehicle Title: || Clear |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline || Sub Model: || Chrome package |
| Drive Side: || Left-hand drive || Exterior Color: || White/Grey |