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1985 Volkswagen Gacel 1.6 I [Typ BX]

1985 Volkswagen Gacel I [Typ BX] in Taxi, un encuentro, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: BR — Built in: AR — Made for: RA

1985 Volkswagen Gacel 1.6 I [Typ BX]

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bref FR

2007-03-31 11:11

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An Amazon/Senda

datsunZ IT

2007-03-31 18:25

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Senda in Argentina(but Senda are 2-doors,4-doors are named Gacel,so that in photo was a Gacel)

PS In Brazil(where exist since 1981--practically a "1980 Gol with trunk")the corrispective models were named respectively Amazon(2-doors)and Voyage(4-doors)

antp BE

2007-04-02 12:52

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Another one:

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datsunZ IT

2007-04-02 20:10

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Please rename it Gacel(being Argentinian 4-doors version of correspondent Brazilian-made Voyage)

PS Argentinian correspondent model of BR-made Amazon--2-doors--were named Senda

PS2 In Argentina the range Senda/Gacel went to replace aged VW 1500(ex-Dodge 1500)

antp BE

2007-04-03 11:34

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:??: On Wikipedia 2-door is Voyage & Gacel, 4-door is Amazon & Senda

BeanBandit FI

2007-04-03 12:18

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Volvo and Derbi should sue them. :p

Gomselmash11

2010-07-23 02:39

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Built in Argentina

igna BO

2010-08-04 23:37

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That's a Gacel. The Senda started in 1990. They were built at the VW plant in San Justo and there was never a two-door version in Argentina. The Amazon was the name of the brazilian Voyage for export markets like Peru, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay among others, and it was available in 2 or 4 doors.

afonso BR

2010-11-03 22:14

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Gomselmash11

2011-10-29 09:24

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Actually, 1985+ Gacel "1.6". Not Senda.
http://www.cocheargentino.com.ar/v/volkswagen_gacel_senda.htm

ingo DE

2012-01-11 14:09

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In the actual http://www.autobild.de/klassik/ is to read, that the most Volkswagen, sold in Paraguay, were imported from Germany (since 1953), but in the last years some Brazilian made VW's were added to their range.
The article is about the guys from Volkswagen Classic Parts, who have cleared out the whole stock of classic NOS parts - incl.a plenty of K 70-stuff (too many parts for the very few cars, sold in that country). Fortunately we have good connections to the VW Classic-people, so our hope is not spurious, to get a nice bunch out of the containers, which are somewhere on the Antlantic Ocean right now :)


P.S. A propos South American made VW's: the export of the Brazilian made T2c Camper (a bit in the Westfalia Helsinki-style) to Europe is stopped now. Although these Campers have a British one-day-registration, so are juridically not a new car any more, the importer in Holland is not allowed to sell them as used. The selling as a new car is not possible in the EU, due the many restrictions about emissions, loudness, safety-feaures, etc.

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