Paykan Interesting Catalogs and Advertisements in the 50s

Paykan Day On the first day of July, the 10th thousandth Paykan car will be given as a free gift to the Iranian nation.

Production of Paykan, which began in 1346, was considered a very popular car in the early fifties.

The production of Paykan stopped after 38 years and the production of 2 million and 295 thousand units, and the last production Paykan was symbolically sent to the museum.

From 1346, Paykan (Peykan) was introduced to the market with two models of Deluxe and Carlox, and in this year, Paykan pickup and Peykan taxi were added to it. In 1349, Paykan Automatic joined the group of productions. In 1350 and 1351, six Peykan models were produced, which were deluxe, van, work, youth, taxi and automatic.

The image below shows the advertising of Paykan Taxi in the first year of the 50’s:


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