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Vostok Europe Gaz Limo NH38-560B602

Vostok Europe Gaz Limo NH38-560B602

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Vostok Europe NH38-560B602.

The GAZ-14 Chaika is an automobile manufactured by the Gorkovsky Avtomobilny Zavod (GAZ, Gorky Automobile Plant) from 1977 to 1988 as a generation of its Chaika marque. The vintage 1950s-style GAZ-13 was succeeded by the more modern GAZ-14 Chaika, introduced in 1977 (although production of both versions overlapped by several years). Although visually modern and fitted with the latest electronic luxury features, the GAZ-14 was in fact built around the drivetrain and undercarriage of the older model. The GAZ-14 engine was a modernized 5,526 cc (337.2 cu in) equipped with dual 4-brl carburetors and achieved 220 hp SAE gross. A seven-seater, with special soundproofing, it measured 611 cm (241 in) long overall and weighed in at 2,600 kg (5,732 lb). A four-door convertible, the 14-05, appeared in 1982. The GAZ-14 Chaika remained in production from 14 October 1977 to 1988, when the Chaika limousine brand was ended. Type: Sport casual. Movement: SII NH38 Japanese Automatic movement. Condition: New in box with warranty card and papers. Subdials: None. Calendar: None. Crystal: K1 Mineral Crystal. Power Reserve: 41 Hours. Luminosity: Super-Luminova. Dial Color: Black with white indexes and numbering. Open view to the balance wheel at the 9 O’clock position. Crown: Screw-in. Bezel: Fixed, stainless steel (silver). Case Material: Stainless Steel. Case Width: 43mm. Lug to Lug width: 22mm. Strap Material: Brown Leather. Water Resistance: 50 mts/ 5 ATM/ 150ft. Other Features: Original Vostok gift box. Warranty: Standard North American 2-year Vostok Europe warranty. Reference: NH38-560B602.


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