Ford-Vairogs ("Vairogs" means "Shield") (earlier called "Fenikss") was the name of a car factory in Riga, Latvia, that produced license built Ford cars between September 1937 and 1940 when it was expropriated as the property of the Soviet government. Not including the war department orders, Ford-Vairogs made 200 buses, 1000 trucks and 332 automobiles.

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  • Ford-Vairogs war eine Produktionsst├Ątte der Ford Motor Company in Riga (Lettland) von 1937 bis 1940. (de)
  • Ford-Vairogs ("Vairogs" means "Shield") (earlier called "Fenikss") was the name of a car factory in Riga, Latvia, that produced license built Ford cars between September 1937 and 1940 when it was expropriated as the property of the Soviet government. Not including the war department orders, Ford-Vairogs made 200 buses, 1000 trucks and 332 automobiles. (en)
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  • Nationalized and closed (en)
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  • 1936-01-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Ford-Vairogs war eine Produktionsst├Ątte der Ford Motor Company in Riga (Lettland) von 1937 bis 1940. (de)
  • Ford-Vairogs ("Vairogs" means "Shield") (earlier called "Fenikss") was the name of a car factory in Riga, Latvia, that produced license built Ford cars between September 1937 and 1940 when it was expropriated as the property of the Soviet government. Not including the war department orders, Ford-Vairogs made 200 buses, 1000 trucks and 332 automobiles. (en)
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  • Ford-Vairogs (de)
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