This book consists of articles from Wikia. Pages: 158. Chapters: Ford of Europe, Automobile Craiova, Ford 7W, Ford 7Y, Ford Anglia, Ford C-Max, Ford Capri, Ford Cargo, Ford Classic, Ford Consul, Ford Corsair, Ford Cortina, Ford Cougar, Ford E83W, Ford Eifel, Ford Escape, Ford Escort, Ford Escort, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Ford Fusion, Ford Galaxy, Ford Germany, Ford Granada, Ford GT, Ford K ln, Ford Ka, Ford Kuga, Ford Model C Ten, Ford Model Y, Ford Mondeo, Ford Motor Company, Ford of Britain, Ford of Europe#Principal European facilities, Ford Orion, Ford Pilot, Ford Popular, Ford Prefect, Ford Probe, Ford Puma, Ford Rheinland, Ford RS200, Ford S-Max, Ford Scorpio, Ford Sierra, Ford Squire, Ford Taunus, Ford Thames 307E, Ford Thames 400E, Ford Tourneo, Ford Tourneo Connect, Ford Transcontinental, Ford Transit, Ford Transit Connect, Ford Vedette, Ford Zephyr, Thames 300E, Thames Trader, Audi, Barkas, BMW, Ford Germany, Ford of Europe, Framo, MAN Truck a Bus, Opel, Ruf Automobile, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Group. Excerpt: Automobile Craiova is a Romanian car manufacturer located in Craiova, Romania. It is owned by Ford Motor Company. Automobile Craiova was founded in 1976 as OLTCIT joint venture company between the Romanian government (64%) and Citro n (36%). The factory produced cars under the Oltcit and Citro n brands for the domestic and external markets. In 1991, as a result of the withdraw of Citro n from joint venture, the name of the company was changed to Automobile Craiova and the production continued under the Oltena brand. In 1994, the company decided to go into partnership (49%-51%) with the Korean Daewoo Heavy Industries (later Daewoo Motor) as Rodae Automobile. After producing the Oltcit between 1981-1996 (starting 1992 rebadged as Oltena, and as Rodae after 1994), the company started producing the Tico, Cielo and Espero. In 1997, the name was changed to Daewoo Automobile Romania and a new engine and transmission factory was opened by the company, and b...This book consists of articles from Wikia.
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