Iran Khodro Paykan

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The Paykan (Persian: پيکان‎‎ Arrow) is an automobile produced by the Iranian company Iran Khodro (formerly called "Iran National") between 1967 and 2005. The car was very popular in Iran from its introduction until its discontinuation. It is often referred as the Iranian "chariot."

The Paykan was a Hillman Hunter (see Rootes Arrow) built under license, but had some unique body work and locally-developed variants (most notably, the pickup, which used a different body shell than the one sold elsewhere).

The Paykan (Persian: پيکان‎‎ Arrow) is an automobile produced by the Iranian company Iran Khodro (formerly called "Iran National") between 1967 and 2005. The car was very popular in Iran from its introduction until its discontinuation. It is often referred as the Iranian "chariot."

The Paykan was a Hillman Hunter (see Rootes Arrow) built under license, but had some unique body work and locally-developed variants (most notably, the pickup, which used a different body shell than the one sold elsewhere).

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