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GAZ-A "Aero"

Year of production: 1934
Overall production: 1 unit
4x2 GAZ-A based 4-seater 2-door coupe
Engine: 39hp/2300rpm (second engine with aluminium head - 48hp/?rpm), 4-cyl, 4-stroke, 3285cc
Bore/Stroke: 98,43/107,95 mm
Length: 4970mm, width: 1710mm, height: 1700mm
82k photo of GAZ-A AeroWheelbase: 2630mm, road clearance: 205mm
Compression ratio: 4,15 : 1 (second engine - 5,45 : 1)
Gearbox: ? speed
Differential ratio: ?
Brakes: ?
Weight: 1270kg
Maximal speed: 106 km/h
Acceleration time from 0 to 80 km/h: 36 sec.
22k photo of Aleksei O. Nikitin and GAZ-A AeroTyres: ? inches
Fuel tank capacity: ? L
Fuel consumption: ? L/100km (less than GAZ-A)
This is the first Soviet aerodynamic car, designed by Moscow engineer Aleksei Osipovich NIKITIN (1903-1974).
Standard chassis of GAZ-A received advanced aerodynamic body with wooden frame covered by metal sheets. The car had more powerful engine thanks to aluminium head and increased compression ratio.
What else in the net:
Internet-Verlag «Im Werden». Redkije publikaciji iz istoriji avtomobilja v Rossiji (in Russian) - pages about 1939 ZiS-101 Sport and 1934 GAZ-A "Aero", written by Andrej Nikitin-Perensky, grandson of these cars designers (Moskau-Augsburg (Germany)).
Photos are coutesy of Andrej Nikitin-Perensky.
Any information about this car history will be precious for Andrej, thanks.
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 21 IX 2001.