- Known in Germany as the "first generation" Transit
1964 Ford Taunus Transit
|Also called||Ford Taunus Transit|
|Body style||3/4-door van|
Unlike the British-built Transit "family", the first production Ford to wear the "Transit" badge was a van built in Ford's Köln (Cologne) plant in Germany. It was introduced in 1953 as FK 1000 (Ford Köln carrying 1,000 kg). From 1961, this vehicle was called the Ford Taunus Transit. Production of this model ceased in 1965.
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