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Small rear-engined economy car introduced in October 1972. The majority were produced in Bielsko-Biała, Poland, where production continued until 2000. 4.7 million were manufactured altogether. The car became iconic in Poland in the same way as did the Trabant 601 in East Germany during the fall of the Berlin Wall, earning the nickname Maluch, meaning 'Little One' or 'Toddler'
- 71 bricks
- Dimensions: 50mm x 45mm x 95mm (width x height x length)
- Youngtimer collection