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8 hours ago, Austat said:

More cars I didn't know where sold in Australia, the Citroen ID (apparently locally assembled along with DS models) :

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When the Australians started to put protectionist tariffs on complete cars a lot of manufacturers started to import CKD kits.

This was one of the reasons Citroen eventually closed their operation in Slough.

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44 minutes ago, MiniMort said:

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And while we're here, here's an article about the Yugo Sana from November of 1989.

I actually liked the look of the Sana when it came out. Reminded me of a Citroën ZX. Unfortunately the small matter of a war in the Balkans got in the way, otherwise it could have been a contender.

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