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VEHICLES

Ursula – IFA

The IFA L60 is a truck of the former East German vehicle manufacturer Industrieverband Fahrzeugbau, launched in 1987. The letter "L" refers to the place of production (Ludwigsfelde) and the number 60 to its load capacity (6 tonnes). It was produced in parallel with the W50, and after the change of regime, production of both types was discontinued. The IFA L60 looks almost identical to the W50, but incorporates several technical innovations, most of which are new, eastern versions of old technology from Western manufacturers. These innovations made it one of the most modern trucks in Hungary, among other countries, until the 1990s, when, following the change of regime, Western truck brands began to be marketed in the former socialist countries.
IFA L60 1218 4X4 DSK 1991, 9160 cc, 5900 kg

Mandarin – Zsuk

The designs for the first models were bought from Chevrolet by a Russian company, which then passed them on to the FSO car factory in Warsaw, of which the Żuk factory was established in 1950, exclusively for the production of trucks. The first example of the Lublin-51 military truck, produced under this licence, left the production line on 7 November 1951.From 1958 onwards, the first Żuk commercial vehicles were produced, based on the company's design and technology, with a gross weight of 2.5 tonnes and a load capacity of 900-1100 kg. The development of the 'classic' Żuk pick-up (see picture on the right) was carried out between 1955 and 1956. The last of this type, number 587 500, rolled out of the factory on 13 February 1998. It was built primarily for public authorities (mainly fire brigades and various mining organisations), but also became popular with private individuals, which enabled it (unlike the Nysa) to survive in the post-1989 Polish (and Eastern European) market economy.
Specifications: 1982 ZUK A11B, 2120 cc, 1400 kg

Iván – ZIL

The ZiL-130 was a truck produced in the Soviet Union and Russia at the Likhachev Automobile Plant (ZiL) from 1962 to 1994, and from 1992 it was also produced by the Ural Automobile Motor Plant (UAMZ), which is part of ZiL. In 2002, the name of UAMZ was changed to Ural Motor Vehicles and Engines (AMUR), after which the truck was produced under the model number AMUR-53131. 3 380 000 units were produced at ZiL until 1994.

Szergej – Kraz

AvtoKrAZ (Ukrainian: АвтоКрАЗ) is a holding company to produce heavy vehicles in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. In the Soviet period, it operated under the name Kremenchuk Autógyár, abbreviated as KrAZ (КрАЗ - Кременчуцький автомобільний завод), and later as AvtoKrAz Production Association. The vehicles produced by the company use the KrAZ type designation. It produces general and special-purpose heavy trucks for civil and military use.

Ernő – Robur

Robur, known in full as VEB Robur-Werke Zittau, was an East German (GDR) vehicle manufacturing company in Zittau. It was established in 1946 as the successor to the nationalised Phänomen-Werke Gustav Hiller AG. Until 1957 it operated under the name VEB Phänomen Zittau. From that time onwards it mainly produced trucks. From 1948 it was part of the Vehicle Industry Association (IFA), which brought together the vehicle industry in East Germany. It ceased to exist as a vehicle manufacturer in 1991 and became a parts manufacturer in 1995.
Vehicle data: ROBUR LK2700/86 1986, 2500 cc, 2700 kg

Attila – Csepel

Between 1968 and 1975, the KGST underwent a structural change, with Hungary's primary task being the production of buses. All production capacity had to be subordinated to this. Ikarus stopped supplying Csepel, and Csepel started to supply Ikarus with bus bottom frames. (In the mid-1980s, 14,000 were produced in two plants, on two assembly lines.) The cabs for Csepel trucks were first made by Labor Műszeripari Művek in Esztergom, then by Jelcz and Star in Poland. In 1968, Rába in Győr started to produce MAN-licensed engines and the newer Rába trucks.
CSEPEL D344, year of manufacture 1968, 5514 cc, 6250 kg,

Bullet – ROAD ROLLER

Bullet technical description

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?

URSULA, MANDARIN: 39 900 FT / 3 ROUNDS
IVÁN, ERNŐ, ATTILA: 39 900 FT / 3 ROUNDS
PAYMENT: 55 000 HUF / 3 ROUNDS
BULLET: 55 000 FT / 1 ROUND

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

LOCKER ROOM

Brief description of the changing room

SHOWER

Description of shower facilities

BUFFET

Presentation of dining options

EDUCATION

Use of education

WHERE ARE WE?

Our amusement park is located in Nógrád county, on the outskirts of Szécsénke village.

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