The ZIS 5B Truck 1933 was a heavy-duty cargo truck designed and manufactured in the Soviet Union during the 1930s. It was one of the most popular vehicles in the ZIS (Zavod Imeni Stalina) range of trucks, with an impressive maximum payload of 3.5 tonnes. It was powered by an inline-six petrol engine with a displacement of 5.3 litres that produced roughly 60 horsepower. The ZIS 5B Truck 1933 was equipped with a 4-speed manual transmission and featured a rugged body that was built using a combination of steel and wood. Its design was more traditional compared to other trucks of its era, featuring a distinctive grille with vertical bars, rectangular headlamps, and an upright cab with large, flat windows and dual-hinged doors that allowed for easier loading of cargo onto the truck. It had a wheelbase of 4180 mm and rode on a robust steel chassis and suspension system to support its heavy payload. The ZIS 5B Truck 1933 was an extremely versatile vehicle, suitable for a variety of applications including cargo, troop transport, engineering, towing, and more. It was one of the most widely-used trucks in the Soviet Union during the 1930s, and was used as the standard truck for supplying Soviet frontline troops during World War II.
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