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Started in 2008, Autocade is the inter­national car cyclo­pædia. It’s a global, not geo­graphically biased, wiki; and, we believe, more carefully edited, for enthu­siasts and media who want a quick, accurate reference.


Ford Corcel Mk I

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Ford Corcel. 1968–77 (prod. n/a). 4-door sedan, 2-door coupé, 3-door wagon. F/F, 1289, 1372 cm³ (I4 OHV). Upon taking control of Willys Overland do Brasil, Ford inherited the M project, which spawned the Renault 12 in France. The Corcel was related to ..→

Ford GT (2005–6)

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Ford GT. 2005–6 (prod. 4,038). 2-door coupé. M/R, 5409 cm³ (V8 DOHC). Revival of Ford’s legendary GT40 racing car of the 1960s, but enlarged to suit modern road usage. Modern under the skin, with aluminium frame. Rivalled supercars when new, hitting 200 mph. ..→

Toyota Kluger

Dull-looking crossover originally on a Toyota Harrier platform, built to usually high Toyota standards, and called Toyota Highlander in most export markets. The second generation was not sold in Japan, and the Kluger name was retained for export to Australia.

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