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War-time Red Army side-car M-72 with DP infantry MG - Мотоцикл Красной Армии М-72 с ручным пулемётом ДП
War-time Red Army side-car M-72 with DP infantry MG - Мотоцикл Красной Армии М-72 с ручным пулемётом ДП
Vintage arms exhibition. The Day of Mourning - the 70th anniversary of Hitler's attack of Soviet Union. M-72 is a Soviet copy of the German Wehrmacht BMW R-71 motorcycle. The external distinction between them is that original BMW had the fuel tank with flattened top. Due to the direct Josef Stalin's order five pieces of BMW have been bought anonymously in Sweden. Soviet engineers had no any technical documentation - only the very machines. And they have elaborated all necessary documentation and technology by themselves. Mass production of motorcycles started under the designation M-72 at once on five motorcycle workshops: in Moscow, Leningrad, Kharkov, Gorky and Irbit cities. By this way Red Army have get the excellent motorcycles, which have shown the best service in scout and liaison units during the Great Patriotic war 1941-1945 against Nazis. M-72 with sidecar were usually armed by Diegtyariov Pekhotny (DP) infantry machine gun of 7.62 mm caliber. Very few pieces were armed by 82-mm mortar instead of lull. M-72 production run immidiatelly since 1941 till 1960. Curiously but being armament carrier M-72 motorcycles were considered in Soviet military account system as 'armored vehicles' - together with tanks and self-propelled guns. After the War M-72s were widely used in Soviet police (militia), in Frontier guard and other state institutes - naturally, in army too. M-72 were the dream of every Soviet motorcycle fun. But only since 1955 the personal ownership of this model was allowed. And all private motorcycles still were on the military account and they ought to be enlisted in a case of war. Especially this piece has been built by his owner - the member of Kharkov Vintage Automobiles Funs Club - just from the Army depot - together with machine gun istallation. So this piece actually did not take part in the WWII. But been stored at Army depot it remained in the original, authentic state - just the same as war-time motorcycles war. Only MG's barrel has been drilled due to the Police regulations to make impossible it use as a weapon. Technical data: Weight (single / sidecar) 225/350 kg Length - 2130/2380 mm Width - 815/1590 mm Height - 960/1000 mm Base - 1430 mm Clearance 135 mm Seat height - 790 mm Engine power 22 hp at 4600 rev / min Working volume of 746 cm ? Number of cycles 4 number of cylinders 2 Cylinder diameter 78 mm Compression ratio 05.05 Stroke 78 mm Type A 11 candles K-37 Carburetor Ignition battery 3 MT-14 6 V Relay-regulator RR-1/RR-31 Generator, the power of the T-11, 45W Transmission drive shaft Transmission 4-speed Gear ratios of 3.60 / 2.28 / 1.7 / 1.3 3,75 x19 bus Tyre pressure 1.5 / 2.5 bar (front / rear) Fuel capacity 22 liters 7 Fuel consumption l/100 km The maximum speed 110/95 km / h
“Zebra” Heavy Diesel Motorcycle Mk. X (sidecar)
“Zebra” Heavy Diesel Motorcycle Mk. X (sidecar)
With an engine larger and more powerful than many combat cars, the Zebra was used mainly as a reconnaissance vehicle, capable of reaching speeds of almost 90 mph (not recommended on the battlefield). A conveniently-placed gun rack on the right-hand side would typically hold a rifle in case of emergencies. For long-range missions or possible enemy forces, a removable sidecar armed with an automatic rifle could easily be attached. In the event that a chance to tank-hunt is available, an RPG is usually kept close at hand. (pull-back motor allows it to move on its own)

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