1962 AZLK Moskvic 407 1.4


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1962 AZLK Moskvic 407 1.4
Year: 1962
Make: AZLK Moskvic
Model: 407 1.4
Body: 4-Door Sedan LHD
Odometer: Indicating 1 mile
Engine: 1.4L 4-Cylinder
Transmission: Manual
Colour: Cream orange/orange
Seats: 4
- Matching numbers
- Original condition
- Soviet Russian LHD
- Milestone export model for Moskvic
- Renowned 1.4L 4-Cylinder inline-engine

Presenting a matching numbered, original condition Russian Moskvic 407 1.4 1962 example in an excellent overall mechanical and cosmetic condition. The release of the 407 1.4 series was considered a milestone as the first successful production of an export series to AZLK Moskvic.

Powered through a 1.4L 4-cylinder inline-engine and driven by its factory 4-speed manual transmission with synchromesh, this economic vehicle was able to deliver a notable 8L per 100km and produce 33KW paired to 88NM of torque.

An exterior finished in a two-tone setting of white and orange, its unique design saw over 400,000 units sold, including export examples. Polished chrome finishes, orange rim dish and its original front grill all showcase a well-maintained vehicle of its era.

With an interior that accommodates for 4, this example is finished in the factory orange-clothed trim, setting over a white dash and steering column. These vehicles are rarely seen among the classic car scene and are a true collector piece that are an investment opportunity in this condition.

Production of the Moskvic 407 1.4 series ran between 1958-1963. This 4-door sedan entered the market in Russia as the second-generation release to its predecessor the Moskvic 401, with distribution to mainly France, Norway and other European countries. In comparison to the 401 release of the Moskvic, the 407 was released with independent suspension with double wishbones, telescopic shock absorbers and a first 12V electric system.

Its direct rivals, the Fiat 1100 and Ford Prefect 100E were submerged to the Moskvics competitive design. Production of these examples was split into 2- one run for export (RHD) and original LHD production being sold into Russia

Chassis: 298549

Sold unregistered

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