Sunday, October 4, 2009

Before They Were Beaters: Where's The Competition?

It appears that Soviet manufacturer Moskvich, or "Son of Moscow", was clearly the auto marque of choice for the driving enthusiast and subscriber to Popular Motoring Magazine. Although technically never "Popular" in the capitalist world, the Moskvich 412 was obviously quite successful in the 1973 British Production Saloon Car Championship, evidently competing in the "Soviet 4-door Saloon, Wraparound Rear Screen and Square Headlamps, Metallic Brown in Colour" class.

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