The Soviet city bus ZiS-8 was produced in Moscow on car plant named after Stalin. The machine was produced from 1934 to 1936. During this time the ZIS plant produced about 550 buses. The bus had a wooden body mounted on a long-based chassis ZiS-8, and can trasport 29 passengers. They could meet ZiS-8 buses on the roads of Soviet Union up to 50-th years of XX century.