|Also called||Lublin-51 (Poland)
Sungri-58 (North Korea)
Yuejin NJ-130 (China)
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||3.5L GAZ-51 I6|
The GAZ-51 (nickname Gazon) is a well known Soviet truck. Its first prototypes were produced before the end of World War II, and mass production started in 1946.
A 2.5 ton 4x2 standard variant was joined in 1947 by almost identical 2 ton 4x4 GAZ-63. Both variants were powered by 70 hp (52 kW) 6-cylinder 3485 cc engine. GAZ-63s was manufactured with some changes until 1968 and production of GAZ-51 continued until 2 April 1975. The trucks were also manufactured under the Soviet license in Poland (as the Lublin-51), North Korea (as the Sungri-58) and China (as the Yuejin NJ-130).
1946 GAZ-51 Army Truck
- GAZ-51: Standard production version. Produced 1946-1955.
- GAZ-51A: Modernized GAZ-51. Produced 1955-1975.
- GAZ-51B: Export version based on GAZ-51A. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51b: Multifuel-powered version. Produced from 1949.
- GAZ-51C: Farm truck version. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51F: GAZ-51 with experimental stratified charge engine.
- GAZ-51I: Cab-chassis version. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51N: GAZ-51A with an extra fuel tank and GAZ-63 body. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51P: Tractor-trailer version. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51p: Utility taxi version. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51T: Cargo taxi version. Produced 1956-1975.
- GAZ-51Zh: LPG-powered version. Produced 1954-1975.
- GAZ-63: 4x4 version. Produced 1948-1968.
- AP-41/GAZ-41: Prototype halftrack based on GAZ-51.
- GAZ-93: Dump truck version based on GAZ-51. Produced 1951-1958.
- GAZ-93A: Modernized GAZ-93A. Produced 1958-1975.
- GAZ-93B: Export version of GAZ-93A.
- GAZ-93b: GAZ-93D with GAZ-93A chassis. Produced 1956-?.
- GAZ-93C: Prototype bulk cargo version.
- GAZ-93D: Crop truck version.