AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XIX on Alphabet beginning with V(olga) till A

AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XIX on Alphabet beginning with V(olga) till A

VOLGA

Rostov-on-Don, Russia – May 21,2017:Old car GAZ-22 “Volga” in the parking lot

Volga Ambulances and Hearses

VOLVO

Volvo Ambulances Hearses and ex-Hearses

SAMSUNG DIGIMAX 420

Digital StillCamera

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Digital StillCamera

All Volkswagen (ex) Ambulances and Hearses

Wanderer Ambulances – Krankenwagen

Wartburg Ambulance (and models)

Weller Brothers Coachbuilders of Ambulances

 White Motor Company Ambulances between 1904-1920

Kaiser WILLYS Overland Siebert Ambulances and Hearses

Wolseley Ambulances and (ex) Hearses

ZIL ambulances and hearses

ZIS Ambulances and Hearses

As far I know that were almost all ambulances and hearses that I could find on de WWW. Do you know more, let me please know.

Thanks for your interest. Greetings Jeroen

ZIL (Zavod Imeni Likhachova) Cars, Buses, Trucks. Moscow Russia 1916 – now

ZiL

AMO ZiL (Avtomobilnoe Moskovskoe Obshchestvo – Zavod Imeni Likhachova)
Formerly called
  • AMO (1916-1931)
  • ZiS (1931-1956)
Type Joint-stock
Industry Automotive
Founded Moscow, Russia (1916)
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people
  • Igor Zakharov (CEO)
  • Konstantin Laptev (General Director, 2002–present)
Products
  • Luxury automobiles
  • Heavy road vehicles
  • Offroad vehicles
  • Military vehicles
Website www.amo-zil.ru

Moscow Joint-Stock Company “The Likhachov Plant” AMO ZIL

“Zavod imeni Likhachova”, more commonly called ZiL (Russian: Завод имени Лихачёва (ЗиЛ)—Likhachov Plant, literally “Plant named for Likhachov”) is a major Russian truck and heavy equipment manufacturer based in the City of Moscow, which also produced armored cars for most Soviet leaders, as well as buses, armored fighting vehicles, and aerosani. The company also produces hand-built limousines and high-end luxury sedans (автомобиль представительского класса, also translated as “luxury vehicle”) in extremely low quantities, primarily for the Russian government. ZIL passenger cars are priced at the equivalent of models from Maybach and Rolls-Royce, but are largely unknown outside the CIS and production rarely exceeds a dozen cars per year.

01 Расположение_АМО_ЗиЛ

 1916 plan for the AMO factory.

History

The factory was founded in 1916 as Avtomobilnoe Moskovskoe Obshchestvo (AMO, Russian Автомобильное Московское Общество (АМО)—Moscow Automotive Society). The plans were to produce Fiat F-15 1.5 tonne trucks under licence. Because of the October Revolution and the subsequent Russian Civil War it took until 1 November 1924 to produce the first vehicle, the AMO-F-15. In 1931 the factory was re-equipped and expanded with the help of the American A.J. Brandt Co., changed its name to Automotive Factory No. 2 Zavod Imeni Stalina (ZIS or ZiS). After Nikita Khrushchev denounced the cult of personality of Joseph Stalin in 1956, the name was changed again to Zavod imeni Likhachova, after its former director Ivan Alekseevich Likhachov.

ZiL lanes—road lanes dedicated to vehicles carrying top Soviet officials—were named after the car.

Subsidiaries

BAZ produces off-road tractors and chassis with carrying capacity from 14 to 40 tonnes.

Models

Limousines

02 ZIS-101

Trucks

09 Ził 130ZIL 130

10 ZIL 5301
 ZIL 5301
11 ZIL 4331
 ZIL 4331
12 fire truck AC 3.2-40 (ZiL-4331)
 fire truck AC 3.2-40 (ZiL-4331)
13 fire truck Zil-4334
 fire truck AC 3,0-40 (ZiL-4334)

14 Zis_5

Buses

30 ZiS-127_front interurban bus ZIS-127

31 ZIL-119
 ZIL-119
  • AKZ-1 (1947-1948, based on ZIS-150 truck)
  • AMO-4 (1932-1934, based on the AMO-3)
  • ZIS-lux (prototype, based on the ZIS-6, 1934)
  • ZIS-8 (1934-1938, based on the ZIS-11)
  • ZIS-16 (1938-1942, based on the ZIS-5)
  • ZIS-17 (prototype, based on the ZIS-15, 1939)
  • ZIS-44 (based on the ZIS-5)
  • ZIS-127 (1955-1961)
  • ZIL-129 (short-range version of ZIS-127)
  • ZIS-154 (1946–1950)
  • ZIS-155 (1949–1957)
  • ZIL-118 “Yunost” (1962-1970, based on ZIL-111)
  • ZIL-119 (1971-1994, based on ZIL-118; also called ZIL-118K)
  • ZIL-158 (1957-1959, based on ZIL-164)
  • ZIL-159 (1959, prototype for LiAZ)
  • ZIL-3207 (1991-1999, based on ZIL-41047)
  • ZIL-3250 (1998-present, based on ZIL-5301)

32 ZiS-8

Sport and racing cars

ZIL-112 Sports1962 ZIL-112 Sports

36 ZIL-112S-front1962  ZIS-112 Sports

Misc

37 ZIL-49061 Soyuz_TMA-2_-_Edward_T._LuAstronaut Edward T. Lu, having landed with Soyuz TMA-2, is being recovered with a ZIL-49061 vehicle.

1924 amo f15 1924 1934 ZIS-8 bus 21 s 1934 ZiS-8 city bus 1934-38 ZIS-8 21s 1935 NATI op Zis 8 chassis 1935 ZIS-6 chassis, 6x6 BZ-35 bowser 1935 ZiS-8 Moskou 1936 ZIS 8 side bus 1936 ZIS-12 chassis Flak artillery 1937 ZIS-12 chassis Z-15-4 searchlight 1938 ABTO 6 cylinder 1938 Zis 16 1938 ZIS-6 in Lithuanian army 1938-41 ZIS 16 1939 ZiS-16 city bus 1939 ZIS-16 USSR 1939 ZIS-22 1940 ZIS-35 1941 ZIS-32, 4x4 1942 ZIS-42 1944 ZIS-5 truck manufactured by Ural autoworks 1946 ZIS-151 truck, 6x6 1947 ZIS 110A Ambulance emergency 1947 Zis 154 1947 ZIS 154b 1947 ZIS-154 34s 4x2 1947 ZiS-154 1949-55 ZIS 155 4x2 USSR 1949-57 ZIS 155  comp busru1003a 1950 ZIS-150 1951 ZIL 112 Cyklon Experimental Car - fVl (Russia) 1954 ZIS-151А with TPP pontoon bridge nose section 1955 ZIS-151А chassis, 6x6 КММ mechanical bridge 1955 ZIS-E134, 8x8 1957 ZIL 158 (USSR)