I love the Russian trucks, especially the 4WD offroading trucks, simple and reliable. They might brake down from time to time, but it's a lot easier to fix a carburettor, than a computer controlled injection system. It makes them more reliable, when You can do makeshift repairs and still getting the job done. I remember and entrepreneur having an old Toyota Landcruiser, it worked as a cropduster for decades without major problems. When it retired, it had driven 100,000's of miles, thousands of hours of hard Work, before it was replaced by other machinery. Tractors evolved to be doing several jobs at a time. The speed of the Toyota wasn't important anymore, the tractors could dust a very huge area at a time, while doing other things at the same time. It became obsolete. It was converted to a workshop and drove for some years more. Before being too costly to keep it in a running condition.