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Again with a problem. Founded on baidu.com an old advertisement of 3 Chinese cars, the first is a Mitsubishi Pajero, but the another two? What was the company that assembled (in that moment; the ad seems that is from the '90s) these cars? Are they based on Korean or Japanese models (for me the 3rd car is like a Citroën Fukang mixed up with a Hyundai Pony and a front end of a Daewoo Racer [crazy combo indeed], and the second is like a Toyota Crown Comfort van??)of the moment? Help me, waiting for their answers.
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My friend Ulises sent me to my Whatsapp 2 pics of old Chinese cars:

And this one:

The second car is probably a Yemingzhu panel van conversion of its sedan. But the first?
 

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By the way, in the '80s China brought more than 10.000 units of the Polski-Fiat 126P, in a deal (for example, one car = 1.000 kgs. of rice) between Poland and China.
In Argentina was the same with the Dacia 1410, they've made the same deal, but with Romania (in that moment, one car = 1000 liters of sunflower oil and 500 kg. of meat).
But the Dacia's weren't the big thing (a poorly assembled Renault 12) and the deals ended in 2000.
Here are the Fiat 126P's on China:

The yellow ones are for taxi companies.

Factory brochure of the FSM 126P sold in China (probably 1982).
 

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I don't think that is a rebadged version, see the FSM 126P of the post #33, and the Jiangbei.
The Jiangbei doesn't have door handles, but it has a Fiat Uno door handle system (of the 3-door version, the first generation Fiat Panda's had that system too), also it has different wheels, it doesn't have the side indicators, and it doesn't have mirrors.
For comparison between our Jiangbei and the 126P you also have this:

Those were used as taxis in Beijing, late '80s, there are a few 126Ps still alive. Mostly were for taxi companies, few people can had them on private hands.
 
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