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Tunisian brothers build car suited for their town’s unique terrain

By Reuters
07 August 2021   |   6:46 am
Three Tunisian brothers couldn't afford to buy a car, so they built one. Four years later, the trio manufactured the car of their dreams, and now hope to open up their own production line.

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