The Ford Taunus 17M (P7B) RS Sedan from 1969 is a classic example of the dependability and power of Ford's lineup of sedans from the era. With a long, low-slung silhouette, this sedan had a real presence on the road. It was available with a choice of either a 2.3 litre V6 or 2.6 litre V6, producing between 118 and 136 hp (depending on specifications) and both four- and five-speed manual transmissions. With a powerful engine, the Taunus 17M could rocket up to a top speed of almost 160 km/h, providing drivers with a substantial amount of power and acceleration. Cosmetically, the 17M had timeless styling cues, including chrome bumpers, four headlights, and subtle badging on the grille, side skirts, and rear. The interior was simply but smartly designed, featuring luxurious cloth upholstery and plenty of usable passenger and storage space. The dashboard was classic yet modern, and contained all of the necessary gauges and controls to keep the car running smoothly and efficiently. In typical Ford fashion, the Ford Taunus 17M RS Sedan was reliable, dependable, and incredibly powerful. It was a ideal choice for anyone looking for a powerful yet affordable vehicle in the late 1960s.
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