The ZIS-110 was one of the limousines produced by the Soviet Empire after the Second World War. ZIS stood for “Zavod imeni Stalina,” and the company’s name was changed to “Zavod imeni Likhachova,” which was the last name of its former director. Regardless of the naming changes, the car brand is long gone, and its remaining products are valuable to collectors. The ZIL company only made 2,038 ZIS-110 cars between 1945 and 1958, which makes them rather valuable today. Several dictators from Soviet states, or even from countries that were friends of the regime received them as gifts.