Since the Soviet Government makes what use it pleases of foreign
patents, Moscow officials were able to announce last week what ought to
be a remarkable automobile. "We shall call this automobile ZYS 101,"
said Soviet Automotive Director I. A. Lykhachov. "It will combine in
one machine all the best features of all cars to be manufactured in the
United States during 1936."
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