Moskvich 2141 was a Russian mid-size car that was first announced in 1985 and sold in the Soviet Union between 1986 and 1997 by the now-defunct Moskvitch Company. In total, for the entire production period, 716,831 copies of Moskivch 2141 were produced with different configurations. The last examples rolled off the assembly lines in 2003.
The Moskvich 2141 represents a truly major step forward for the Russian automotive industry. It is only the second front-wheel-drive hatchback of the Soviet Union, after the Lada Samara, but work on the Moskvich 2141 actually started before the VAZ engineers took the Samara to the drawing board.
I do not know the release date of that car. But I guess this is one of the later series. The engine with the inscription USSR was delivered most likely not at the factory. The identification plate is very worn.
Rust almost completely ate up the thresholds and the floor of this sufferer. Now spare parts for sale are slowly being removed from it. Soon the car will be completely torn apart. The remains of the salon will be scrapped. The car body will go to the metal reception.