The Ford Taunus Coupe of 1966 is a classic vehicle that has truly withstood the test of time. Its iconic shape and design evoke a sense of nostalgia among car enthusiasts and collectors alike. Characterised by its classic and timeless design, the Taunus Coupe has remained popular since its release. The Taunus Coupe features a sleek, aerodynamic shape with two door coupe body style that makes it one of the most striking cars ever made. Its long hood and short roofline create an instantly recognisable silhouette that turns heads wherever it goes. The car is available in a range of two-tone colours, such as light blue and white, increasing its vintage look. The Taunus Coupe is equipped with a 1298 cc 4-cylinder, OHV petrol engine producing 66 bhp. With a maximum speed of 136 km/h and a 0-100km/h time of 19 seconds, the Taunus Coupe is no slouch. Teamed with a 4-speed manual gearbox, the car provides an effortless driving experience. Inside, the Taunus Coupe is tastefully decorated with a single-spoke steering wheel, classic instrument cluster, and two individual front seats with headrests. The interior is complemented by several optional extras, such as air conditioning, power steering and windows, front fog lamps, and an AM/FM radio. The Taunus Coupe is an iconic car that has captivated many car lovers over the years. With its timeless design, powerful engine, and comfortable interior, the Taunus Coupe is an ideal classic car for anyone looking for an unforgettable driving experience.
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