|1938 to 1950|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||3.3L GAZ-M1 I4|
|Wheelbase||3,440 mm (135.4 in)|
|Length||5,335 mm (210.0 in)|
|Width||2,040 mm (80.3 in)|
|Height||1,970 mm (77.6 in)|
|Curb weight||1,810 kg (3,990 lb)|
GAZ–MM is a truck with a maximum usable weight of 1.5 ton was produced at the end of the 1930s and at the first part of the 1940s by GAZ in the Soviet Union. It is a simplified version of Ford Model AA’s Soviet licence version. At the beginning of World War II more than 150,000 were in use at the Red Army.
In fact, GAZ-MM was just a designation of a strengthened 50 HP engine, introduced in 1938, while in factory documents these trucks were still designated as GAZ AA.. This name is especially used to describe a simplified wartime model, produced from a beginning of 1942. In some series there were no doors, front brakes, front bumper, front stamped fenders were replaced with plain welded ones, and only one headlight remained. From mid-1942 the trucks had wooden doors, with sliding parts of windows.
- GAZ-65: Prototype halftrack version. Produced in 1940.
- 72-K GAZ-MM: Anti-air truck fitted with a 25 mm automatic air defense gun M1940 (72-K) cannon built during World War Two.