Weird Russian Tradition: Turning Their Cars Into Tanks

Not only their priests bless actual tanks, Russians also weirdly obsessed with turning their cars into WWII era tanks and parading their tacky creations around town. Scroll down to see for yourself!

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

Russians love turning their cars into tanks.

11 thoughts on “Weird Russian Tradition: Turning Their Cars Into Tanks”

  1. That was posted already once, right? I mean its odd enough to re-post!!
    Btw: I looked up “не пробил”
    Means “didn’t break through” 😅

  2. Some of them have ‘To Berlin’ written on them.
    Obviously not planning to stop at the border west of Lviv.

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