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1964 Moskvitch 407 Review
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The Best Car, I've Ever Driven! — Power - as much as the Corsa, handles well for a car it's age, it is not fuel efficient though... It looks awesome (or it is because it is my favorite), it is spacious, it can fit 5 passengers. It cost my grandfather a fortune, but now you can buy it cheap, so I put 3 stars on the price. It is cheap to maintain - if you can actually find any parts... It is a Russian car, so very reliable, can start in -30 degrees Celsius. Cargo? It can fit an entire Opel Corsa in the trunk :D. Perfect family car, (well been in my family for almost 50 years. Brakes? It doesn't have any... Just kidding, brakes are fine. Snow/Ice? Seriously? Wight? It is relatively light, but for it's engine is a bit heavy... Good for long trips, not so good if you commute daily. It is a nightmare to park, especially without power steering. Very noisy engine, but it is the good kind of noise. Not many accessories, but still offers comfortable ride. Safety? It is made out of German helmets. It is practically bulletproof. Off road? Yeah, my grandfather goes to the forest to gather wood with it. Battery life? It still has it's original battery...

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: I like everything about it! It is a retro car, and it's mine :D

Cons: I hate that there aren't any spare parts for it...

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