Gruzovikpress:Kegare, why do you name the oldest Taepaeksan truck number 50, as I have seen (forgotten where) that it is named Taepaeksan 70, which could indicate the introduction year as 1970? (1950 is imposibble.)
A little OT: I wonder if the graphic artist who designed the stamp still lives free regarding to the direction of kalashnikov held by the soldier on the right of supreme leader...Hi, I did some cleaning (I am not so good at it) on a stamp with a UAZ 469-like vehicle and Kim Jong Il, from 2011. Here the results. I suppose there must be a photo of this vehicle (?). Cannot imagine it is a phantasy.
https://web.archive.org/web/20150603005609/http://www.kcna.co.jp/item/1997/9709/news9/10.htmThe calendar began to be implemented on 9 September 1997, the Day of the Foundation of the Republic. On that date, newspapers, news agencies, radio stations, public transport, and birth certificates began to use Juche years.
These? They were in the 2017 parade and looked newly modified, were they as old as 2009?5. with Roman cabs, probably Taepaeksan, 2009
Would be curious to see what this is.6. Nissan Diesel UD 6x6 copy, logo seems to be Taepaeksan, 2012