Downloadable File Size: 11.80 MB (approx.)
Polygon Count: 66 973
System Requirements: Windows/ Mac, Vue 6 or higher
File Format: Vue
This product contains: vob and/or vue files.
This product uses a combination of image maps and procedural shaders for textures.
Note: since this product uses procedural textures, it may not work correctly in programs other the one listed above.
The history of GAZ began with the GAZ 61 (one of the first Russian offroad vehicles), constructed in 1938. In order to use it as a small military 4WD, the GAZ 61 was modified (it's better say "totally reconstructed" in a very short period from 3 February - 25 March 1941) under the leadership of Vitaliy Grachev and was named GAZ 64.
It looked like American Bantam with it's narrow track. After major modernization (wider track, new fenders, footboards, additional fuel tank under driver's seat), on 23rd September 1943 the GAZ 67 was produced. In all 92,843 GAZ 67 were built to autumn of 1953. In almost all hard offroad conditions the GAZ 67 was better than American Willys, Bantam and Ford, but it was less reliable and less economical (0.4 litre/km). There were also problems with brakes and it was hard to repair.
Two versions of the model, one with, and one without, the canopy and door cover.
It is mapped using projection mapping.