For the IATA code, KAG, for Gangneung Airbase, see Gangneung Airbase.
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Kauno Autobusų Gamykla (KAG) was a factory in Kaunas, Lithuanian SSR that produced more than 12,000 buses from 1956 to 1979--most based on the GAZ-51 truck.The factory was established in an old Ford workshop that was nationalised after Lithuania was occupied by the Soviet Union.
KAG-1 (19 passenger),
KAG-3 (23 passenger),
KAG-31 (KAG-3 based panel van),
KAG-32 (KAG-3 based bread van),
KAG-33 (KAG-3 based workshop),
KAG-34 (KAG-3 movable explosive materials store),
KAG-317 (KAG-3 based people service workshop),
KAG-4 (24 passenger),
KAG-41 (KAG-4 based panel van),
KAG-1 in Crimea
Automobile manufacturers of states of the former Soviet Union
Ganja Auto Plant,
Minsk Tractor Works,
Riga Autobus Factory,
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