The Ford Taunus 20M (P7B) RS Sedan 1969 is a classic mid-size sedan that was produced by Ford between 1969 and 1972. Named after the legendary German mountain range, this vehicle is recognizable for its traditional design with a rounded, four-door shape, sloping roofline, raised hood, and wide, boxy wheelbase. On the exterior, the RS Sedan carries a unique and stylish look with an inverted chin-like front grille, sleek side windows, and prominent headlights. It also comes with a range of chrome trimmings and intricate badges. Underneath the hood, the RS Sedan is powered by a 2.0L M-Series inline-four-cylinder engine that produces up to 93 horsepower and 107 lb-ft of torque. It comes mated to a four-speed manual transmission and a solid rear axle for reliable power and smooth acceleration. The sedan is also notable for the way it handles the road - driving dynamics are helped by its weight distribution, and its tight turning radius makes it quick to react in corners. Inside, the RS Sedan has a spacious cabin with ample legroom for all passengers. Theres seating for five and features such as adjustable front seats for added comfort. The interior dcor is traditional and simple, with upholstery available in a variety of colors. Standard amenities include a manual air-conditioning system and a tilting steering wheel with a rotary gearshift. In terms of safety, the sedan comes equipped with drum brakes and dual-circuit brakes with an independent front suspension. The Taunus 20M (P7B) RS Sedan 1969 is a great choice for those looking for a classic ride with reliable performance and a timeless design.
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