FEATURE-Romanians mourn faithful "box on wheels" Dacia


By Antonia Oprita MIOVENI, Romania, June 17 (Reuters) - It may look like a box on wheels but the Dacia's many faithful fans say Romania's landmark car will be dearly missed after production stops later this year. A symbol of the dark and painful communist era, the Romanian version of the Renault 12 handled well on the Balkan country's notoriously pot-holed roads and proved easy to repair for amateur mechanics. But come September, Renault's Dacia plant in Romania will stop making the boxy ...

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