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1977 Volga M-24 Diesel [24-76]

1977 Volga M-24 [24-76] in Octopussy, Movie, 1983 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: SU — Built in: BE — Made for: B

1977 Volga M-24 Diesel [24-76]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle



2008-01-13 15:06


This type of Volga was shown in Britain around 1971. Does anybody have more details?


2008-10-10 19:16


[Image: octopussyvolga2jt4.6402.jpg]

MishaP601K NL

2009-02-22 16:04


This version is from the belgian Scaldia assembly factory, where they also assembled Moskwitsch.

ingo DE

2009-02-23 22:00


@Misha: here you have a Belgian Moskwitsch:
It stood there: http://www.icmesa.com/tinhunter/Houthalen/THAHouthalen.htm
(unfortunately totally cleared off in the year 2000).

-- Last edit: 2009-02-23 22:01:38

Richard Davies EN

2009-09-14 19:13


I've heard that the ones assembled in Belgium had Perkins or Land Rover diesel engines installed & were mainly used as taxis.

130rapid PL

2010-08-10 18:32



wekke BE

2012-12-20 20:39


How can one tell if it's Belgian assembly (on the outside, without looking at importer's type-plate in engine compartment)? Are they the only ones with Volga fender badge in roman alphabet letters, and Russian production only has fender badges in Cyrillic letters?

As for the diesel: I'm not sure about Perkins & Land Rover diesel, if it only was in M21 or still in early M24? I do know M24 could be ordered with Indenor Peugeot diesel. These Volga cars arrived without engine from Russia, gearbox was delivered separate. ScaldiaVolga (Belgian importer in Brussels) then installed diesel engine.
I remember seeing them as taxi in my home town here in Belgium, late 70s / early 80s. But you could also buy them as private car, just like any other car. For a "russian exotic car", they were quite popular (of course not in sales numbers like Ford, Opel, Renault, etc..., but still, every once in a while you could see them. Now they are all gone, sadly...)

jpts AU

2015-09-12 16:50


Filmed at the East German-West German border crossing.

ingo DE

2015-09-12 16:55


jpts wrote Filmed at the East German-West German border crossing.

No. In England:


Quote Die nostalgische Nene-Valley-Eisenbahn in Peterborough in England diente für einige Szenen, die in Ostdeutschland spielen.


Robi DE

2016-07-13 23:54


[Image: op_volga1.jpg] [Image: op_volga2.jpg] [Image: op_volga3.jpg] [Image: op_volga4.jpg] [Image: op_volga5.jpg] [Image: op_volga6.jpg]

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Moscvich433 RU

2016-10-17 18:45


Diesel should be added as Extra. Info.
[24-76] as Chassis/Code.

-- Last edit: 2016-10-17 18:46:00

jefferson RU

2016-10-18 16:57


Diesel versions had a separate inscription with the type of engine at the rear deck. On this car, it is missed.

Moscvich433 RU

2016-10-18 21:24


jefferson wrote Diesel versions had a separate inscription with the type of engine at the rear deck. On this car, it is missed.

Only 1984+ versions has this badge.
Pre-79 cars had just 'Volga' badge on the back (sometimes) and on the front wings.
Also, all Belgium Volgas has Diesel Engines, and it doesn't matter if has it 'Diesel' badge or not...
So, Diesel SHOULD be added as Extra Info.

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