The history of car-makeing in Yugoslavia runs parallel with Socialist Yugoslavia’s history. The country’s past can be retold through the story of the life and death of its first family car No one recalled that the mass production of the popular Feecha (a version of the Fiat Topolino 750), the car that marked the period […]

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