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FSC Lublin was a Polish manufacturer of vans and trucks produced in Lublin by FSC.
The production of the Lublin van, which started in 1993, was intended to replace the aging Żuk. It did so in 1998.
The van, known as Lublin 33 was produced until 1995, when Daewoo Motor took control of FSC and renamed it as Lublin II. In 1999 the Lublin III was put into production. After the Daewoo Group bankruptcy, the future of Lublin looked bleak.
In 2001 the brand Lublin was sold to a British company, Truck Alliance. At present the brand is owned by Intrall Polska, a Russo-British company, and the van is sold under the name Intrall.
Some of the Lublin trucks were licensed copies of GAZ vehicles (GAZ-51).