By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, Jan 31 (Reuters) - When banker Lee Sang-mok takes his cheap and ageing subcompact car through the streets of Seoul's financial district, heads turn, fingers point and people can be seen mouthing the words: "It's a Pony." The Hyundai Pony is nostalgia on wheels for South Koreans who fondly remember the automobile that dominated sales at home in the 1970s and 80s and became its first car good enough to export. Even though the last one rolled off the lines some 20 ...
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