IKA-Renault 1967

Renault 4  
Renault Gordini  
Torino  
Rambler Classic — end of prod.
Rambler Ambassador  
Jeep Estanciera  
Jeep Gladiator — end of prod.
Jeep  

Argentina

Argentine's leading automobile factory is the Industrias Kaiser Argentina S.A., which, like Willys Overland in neighboring Brazil, builds the Renault Dauphine and various Jeeps, as well as a big car the Rambler with Jeep engine. The first independent model is the Torino, which came out in late 1966. It is based on the Rambier American with body revised by Pininfarina and equipped with the factory six-cylinder OHC engine. IKA is in financial difficulties.
 

Torino

wb: 2720 mm 6 cyl.
2960 cm³
125 cv (SAE)
6 cyl.
3770 cm³
150 cv (SAE)
6 cyl.
3770 cm³
180 cv (SAE)
 
Sedan 4-dr 300 - -  
Hardtop 2-dr - 380 380 W  
Sedan 4-dr S - - — new model

 

Renault

  wb:
(mm)
4 cyl.
845cm³
34 cv (SAE)
4 cyl.
845cm³
40 cv (SAE)
 
R 4 L 2395    
Gordini 2270    

 

Rambler

  wb:
(mm)
R6 cyl.
3707cm³
120 cv (SAE)
Classic Sedan 4-dr 2840
Classic Kombi 2840
Ambassador Sedan 4-dr 2946

 

Estanciera and Gladiator

  wb:
(mm)
R6 cyl.
2960 cm³
115 cv (SAE)
 
Estanciera 2654 Rural  

 

Jeep

  wb:
(mm)
R6 cyl.
2480 cm³
77 cv (SAE)
Jeep 2057  

Industrias Kaiser Argentina, a subsidiary of Kaiser in America, builds its own range of various, slightly different from the original Jeep models, which are powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder or a 3-liter six-cylinder engine.