What is this? It was available with a petrol engine to begin with and then V6 and V8 diesels were offered. It had a tilt cab (one of the first in its country of its origin) and... sold under a different name than the one it first had. If it does not make sense, well in general I do not make sense but the info is correct
A virtual Viennese mohr im hemd for the first person who guesses this...
What is now known as the KAMAZ started out as a ZIL design but the powers that be in Moscow wanted to develop Naberezhnye Chelny in Tatarstan (one of the republics of the Russain Federation nowadays) so it was produced by KAMAZ...
To me the prototypes looked far better with the quad lights and had a GMC air about them without being an outright copy. Engines were the V6 or V8 Jaroslavl units which again look very much like Cummins V8 but are not straight copies.
In the Communist heaven, where the workers are sharply dressed and are always happy:
The 175 was the 4X2 version
and the latest version... Like the ACCO, it has a very long production history.