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FORD
Spectron

1966 - 1966
United States

🗃 Light commercial vehicle

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History of the FORD Spectron

Mazda first introduced its small van, the Bongo, in May 1966. It featured a rear-mounted 782 cc water-cooled OHV SA 4-stroke engine driving the rear wheels. The rear-engined Bongo was produced in two versions from 1968, as the F800 was joined by the bigger-engined F1000. This has a 987 cc PB overhead valve inline-four engine with 48 PS (35 kW) at 5500 rpm.[3] The chassis code for the 1-litre model is FPA. Mazda also showed an electrically powered version of the van, which could reach 75 km/h (47 mph) and with a 60 km (37 mi) range.[3] This remained a prototype. The engines were shared with Mazda's Familia small car range. Production ended in 1975, due to Mazda suffering serious economic troubles and upcoming stricter emissions regulations for 1976. This model retained the same body shape for its 10-year production life, the later models fitted with inertia-reel seat belts, and separate front parking indicator lights.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the FORD Spectron production

🔸 FORD - Spectron : 1966 - 1966

🔹 Produced for each model year :

🔹 1966 FORD - Spectron

What are the FORD Spectron paint codes?

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Renovation tutorials for the FORD Spectron

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The FORD Spectron has been produced in several configurations

🔹 1966 FORD - Spectron
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