FORD EUROPE SWEDEN REGIONS GOTLAND VISBY.
Ford Taunus was in the 1960s, the collective name for a number of variants: the front-wheel drive 12M and 15 M, and rear-wheel drive and 20 M until 1968. 17M with V4 engine of 1.7 liters and 20M with a V6 engine from the top two liters. The new model was given the title Car of the Year in Sweden 1964th 1968 was replaced with P5 P7A, and the following year this was replaced with P7B, which was in production until the 1972nd Numerous variations occurred, 17 M with a V6 engine, different trim levels, volumes of the V6 engine from 1.8 liters to 2.6 liters. A popular engine was a V6 engine of 2.3 liters, which came 1968th The sportier variants were called in 1969 for RS instead of TS. Luxury version called XL. The top model, which in 1969 was 26M, which had 2.6-liter engine with 125 hp DIN, power steering, more powerful front brakes, sunroof, tinted windows, dual headlights as standard. 26 M were not combined, most of those who came to Sweden was a four-door sedan, but also a small number of coupes were. Bodywork modalities during the whole production was two-door and four door sedan and three-and five-door hatchback, and a two-door coupe body. One interesting fact that the M stood for Meister Stuck ("masterpiece"). The model was replaced in 1972 by Granada.
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