To supplement shipments of US Lend-Lease Jeeps, the Russian designed a similar vehicle, the GAZ-64. This vehicle was later improved, and became the GAZ-67. The vehicle was designed quickly, and an improved version, the GAZ-67B, had a more powerful engine and a wider wheel track.
A total of about 5500 GAZ-67 were manufactured before the end of the war. When production was replaced by the GAZ-69 in August 1953, a total of about 15 000 had been build.
|Speed (max)||90 km/h|