The gene products of Gazdar murine sarcoma virus (Gz-MuSV) were identified by in vitro translation of Gz-MuSV virion RNA. An overlapping set of proteins with approximate molecular weights of 37,000 (37K), 33K, 24K, and 18K were synthesized from the transforming gene of Gz-MuSV, v-mosGz. In addition, Gz-MuSV-specific RNA directed the in vitro synthesis of a 62K gag gene protein and a 37.5K env gene-related product. The Gz-MuSV-specific in vitro translation products were compared with the in vitro translation products of M-MuSV 124, an independent isolate with a similar v-mos gene. This analysis showed that the 62K Gz-MuSV gag gene protein and the 37K, 33K, 24K, and 18K v-mosGz proteins were almost identical to the M-MuSV 124 62K (gag) and 37K, 33K, 24K, and 18K (v-mosMo) proteins that we previously identified and characterized. The 37.5K env gene product from Gz-MuSV does not have a correlate in the M-MuSV 124 translation products. These results were analyzed in the context of expectations based on similarities and differences in genetic organization of these two viral genomes.