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1969 Ford Escort Break MkI

1969 Ford Escort Break MkI in Jambon d'Ardenne, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: DE

1969 Ford Escort Break MkI

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sixcyl FR

2008-11-30 19:21

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Belgish estate Escort were named Turnier (as in Germany) , Estate (as in UK) or whatelse?

DynaMike NL

2008-11-30 19:44

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I don't know for 1969, but according to my info in 1976 the Escort wagon was called 'Stationwagon' in Holland and Belgium.

sixcyl FR

2008-11-30 20:16

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Ok, but that was relative to the MkII ... so :think:

Ingo DE

2008-11-30 22:26

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Isn't it a Peugeot 304 Coupé behind it?

sixcyl FR

2008-12-01 00:06

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or Autobianchi Primula Coupé?

DynaMike NL

2008-12-01 13:05

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sixcyl wrote Ok, but that was relative to the MkII ... so :think:

That's true... In 1973 the Mk.I was also called Stationwagon in Holland. Bu my info doesn't say anything about the names in Belgium (unlike the later catalogues). And my catalogue from 1969 doesn't even mention the wagon versions :/

sixcyl FR

2008-12-01 19:56

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I can't be sure that Turnier was the name in France too?... I really can't remember having seen any in France , this Escort version beeing very very rare there, and I even wonder if it was saled in France :think:

eLMeR FM

2016-06-20 03:22

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DynaMike wrote
[...] Bu my info doesn't say anything about the names in Belgium (unlike the later catalogues). And my catalogue from 1969 doesn't even mention the wagon versions :/


The 1970 Belgian brochure says Break:
[Image: 1970fordescortbelgique-fr-04.jpg]

By the way, as this model was first introduced by Ford UK, and as the German production started only in January 1970 (de), shouldn't it have a UK origin?

-- Last edit: 2016-06-20 03:29:04

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