Ford Argentina 1979

Taunus  
Falcon  
Fairlane  

Argentina

Ford Motor Argentina S.A.,
Avenida Henry Ford y Ruta Panamericana, General Pacheco, Buenos Aires, Argentina
The oldest Ford subsidary in South America was founded in 1913 in Argentina.
The old Ford Taunus is being built here with 2.0 and 2.3 litre engines under license as two- and four-door sedans and as a coupe. The engines are from the Pinto.
The second model, the Ford Falcon, is a licensed product of the USA Falcon, but with different engines and some detail changes. Offered as saloon and estate with four and five doors. Engines: 3.1 and 3.6 liter six-cylinder with 116, 132 and 166 hp. Transmission: three- or four-speed.
The flagship is the Fairlane, derived from the USA Fairlane. There is a choice of 3.6 liters Six-cylinder in-line engine with 132 hp and a 4.8-liter V8 with 180 hp. Only with three-speed gearbox and steering wheel circuit.
 

Taunus

  wb: 2580 mm 4 cyl.
1990 cm³
68 cv
4 cyl.
2301 cm³
90 cv
   
  Sedan 4-dr        
  Sedan 2-dr        
  Coupé 2-dr        

 

Falcon

wb: 2780 mm 6 cyl.
3081 cm³
116 cv
6 cyl.
3620 cm³
132 cv
6 cyl.
3620 cm³
166 cv
 
Sedan 4-dr        
Kombi 4-dr        

 

Fairlane

wb: 2945 mm 6 cyl.
3620 cm³
132 cv
V8 cyl.
4792 cm³
185 cv
   
Sedan 4-dr