In the early 60s, the experimental transporter ET-8 was considered the personification of high development and a role model for the USSR. This eight-wheeled giant had foreign roots, written off from the 1956 model of the American company Four Wheel Drive. Officially, the prototype ET-8 was developed by NAMI. It was built at the institute’s pilot plant and was equipped with a 180-horsepower ZIL-375 engine. On each of the two leading bogies with built-in brakes,… more