ANDRYCHOW, Poland – Andoria-Mot Sp. z o.o., the new company founded this spring to produce vehicles as a successor to the bankrupt Daewoo Motor Polska Sp. z o.o., receives a contract to supply Honker SUVs to the Polish army. Polish army forces will receive 40 Honker vehicles this year, 117 units in 2003 and 122 vehicles in 2004. The Honker SUV originally was developed by the former Polish vehicle maker FSR. In 1996, Daewoo Motor Polska bought the rights to make the Honker. Only 206 ...
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