GAZ-4 Red Army First Pick-Up

The GAZ-4 pick-up truck was designed in 1933 on the basis of the GAZ-AA "Polutorka" (kit 72112) cab and the GAZ-A chassis (kit 72108). The car had a carrying capacity 500 kg. The pick-up was produced in 1933 - 1937 years. There were produced about 10.5 thousand machines in total. Most cars were delivered to the Red Army, where they were used both in direct purpose, and as carriers of weapons. There were 545 GAZ-4 pickup trucks in the Red Army on June 1, 1941.