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2004 Pyeonghwa Ppeokkugi II

2004 Pyeonghwa Ppeokkugi II in North Korea: Desperate or Deceptive, Documentary, 2004

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: CN — Built in: KP — Made for: KP

2004 Pyeonghwa Ppeokkugi II

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owlman US

2012-07-30 21:52

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What is this a copy of?

carcrasher88 US

2012-07-31 03:32

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^ It's a copy of the Isuzu Alterra (aka MU-7)

-- Last edit: 2012-07-31 03:32:29

owlman US

2012-07-31 14:54

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Thanks. Shouldn't it be origin Japan, then?

kegare JP

2012-07-31 15:16

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It's a copy of a Chinese copy of the Isuzu.
I will post it here soon.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-07-31 16:05

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According to Erik van Ingen Schenau:
Quote PPEOKPUGGI 2, also named PREMIO 4x2. Made from 2004 till 2006. Chinese Huanghai Shuguan kits, ckd produced. Name Ppeokpuggi translated as Cuckoo. Made by the Pyonghwa Auto Works, Nampo. SUV, 4x2, 5-door, 5-seat, length 5.1 m, 2.2-litre gasoline engine.

Link to "picasaweb.google.com"

ingo DE

2016-07-03 13:02

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Since 2009 its CKD-kits were produced in the Czech Republic:
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyeonghwa_Ppeokkugi#Ppeokkugi_4WD
Link to "de.wikipedia.org"

Gag Halfrunt UK

2016-07-03 13:21

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ingo, Erik told me several years ago that all the stuff about Pyeonghwa on the German Wikipedia is total fantasy.

The Unification Church withdrew from Pyeonghwa several years ago, and it now simply sells Chinese cars under its own name, with too many different models for real local assembly to be happening.
http://www.chosonexchange.org/our-blog/2015/10/8/pyonghwa-motors-showroom
Link to "www.chosonexchange.org"

IIRC, Mekong Auto in Vietnam still uses the Pyeonghwa brand because of its relationship to the Unification Church, but that is entirely separate now.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-03 13:25:08

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