WARSAW - Daewoo-FSO Motor S.A. celebrates 50 years of car production at its plant in Warsaw. The former Fabryka Samochodow Osobowych (FSO) assembled its first car on Nov. 6, 1951. The car, which was called Warszawa, was a licensed version of the Russian GAZ M20 Pobyeda car. In 1957, FSO added the Syrena small car with a 2-stroke engine. The Polski Fiat 125p, a car made under a Fiat Auto SpA license, came on line in 1968. Ten years later, in 1978, the company launched the Polonez, which, ...

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