The Ford Taunus 17M (P7) Sedan is an iconic midsize family sedan from the 1960s that is instantly recognizable and beloved by fans of classic cars. Nowadays, they are quite rare and not as easy to find, making it a great choice of car for car collectors. It features a unique, timeless design that makes it a stylish choice for cruising around town - its loyal fanbase even boasts it as one of the most beautiful cars from the era Under the hood, the Taunus 17M has a powerful, 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine equipped with a Solex carburetor. This engine delivers a whopping 92 horsepower and is coupled to a smooth-shifting 4-speed manual transmission. While this setup may not win any drag races, it is adept at cruising at highway speeds, taking turns with ease and hauling up to five passengers in comfort. On the outside, the Ford Taunus 17M features a unique design reminiscent of the classic Pony Car styling popular in the 1960s. It has an oval grille with the iconic Ford badge at the center, framed by slim headlights. The front bumper is slightly curved to give the design an aerodynamic look. The body is a two-door sedan, made of steel panels with a glossy finish. Its graceful body lies on 14-inch steel wheels with chrome accents. Inside the Ford Taunus 17M, the interior is all about the 1960s - complete with a dashboard with a classic two-tone color theme, combined with round dials and chrome accents. The seats are upholstered in a durable and textured material, making it a great car for long road trips. It also has air conditioning to keep occupants comfortable in summer months, and a top-notch AM/FM radio to provide entertainment. The Ford Taunus 17M (P7) Sedan is a classic little car that will not only turn heads but also provide a safe and reliable ride for generations to come.
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