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RAF-977
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Manufacturer Riga Autobus Factory
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Production 1958-1976
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The RAF-977 was a Soviet (now Latvian) van made by Riga Autobus Factory based on components from the GAZ-21 Volga. It was introduced in 1958 and was manufactured in two main styles: a 10-seat minibus and an ambulance. In 1961, an updated version called the RAF-977D was put into production, and in 1968, the RAF-677DM. The production ceased in 1975, replaced by RAF-2203. A cargo panel van RAF-977K was also developed, but due to insufficient factory size at the RAF plant in Latvia, its production started at the ErAZ factory in Yerevan, Armenia, in 1966, as ErAZ-762.[1]

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