Oldtimer-Gallery 2020

The season-opening Russian exhibition was held in Moscow between 6-9 March, 2020

Lineup of Soviet representative cabriolets (Photo: Dmitry Fedorov)

Oldtimer Gallery is the largest exhibition of classic cars and other vehicles in Russia, which is held every spring at the Sokolniki Exhibition and Convention Center in Moscow. This time the unique exposition occupied three pavilions with adjacent street areas at once, its total area exceeded 10,000 square meters. The Oldtimer Gallery has been held since 2002 and every time it surprises with new unexpected topics.

A 1912 Russo-Balt originally built for Nicholas II is being recreated based on original drawings. It is 65 percent complete (Photo: Dmitry Dulin)

The “Victory Motors” section was dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the victory of the Soviet people in the 2nd World War. This festival united exhibits from dozens of museums and clubs. Many unique exhibits have been extracted from museum reserves and restored specifically for this event.

ZIS 42M half-track truck (Photo: Dmitry Fedorov)

Other highlights included a pavillion converted to an Art-Deco style showroom from the 1920s and an auction by the Egorovs auction house.

Bentley (Photo: Olga Sin)
Duesenberg (Photo: Za Ruljom)
Between 1952 and 1956 there were 19128 units of the motorcycle-powered S1L microcar produced (Photo: Za Ruljom)
The first off-roader by Moskvitch was the one-off 415S, which was built in 1973 (Photo: Dmitry Dulin)

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