Willys 1965

Aero Willys 2600    
Renault Dauphine    
Interlagos    
Rural    
Pick-up Jeep    
Jeep    

Brazil


Ofera Brazylijskiego Willysa.
The Willys-Overland do Brasil has a broad sales program that is certainly well matched to the local market. It ranges from the Renault models Dauphine, Gordini and no longer built in France Alpine, here called Willys Interlagos to the Aero-Willys 2600. The latter emerged in the autumn of 1962 as the first independent development of the Brazilian automotive industry. He has the same 2.6-liter six-cylinder engine as the local Jeeps. About 100 of them are built daily.
Modele Rural i Pick-up zostały w tym roku zmodernizowane, otrzymując niezależne przednie zawieszenia na spężynach śrubowych, skrzynie biegów z synchronizacją 4- lub opcjonalnie 3-biegowe. Zewnętrznie różnią się brakiem kłów na zderzakach.
Synchronizowana, 3-biegowa skrzynia trafiła także do Jeepa.
The third major change of the Aero 2600 occurred in 1965. Remodeled back became lower with new taillights and the front gained new contours on the headlight. There are changes in trim, new colors, new upholstery pattern.
A new radiator grille for the 4x2 Rural model, electric breeze to cleaner (the previous was the vacuum), independent suspension in front of the 4x2 models Exchange 3 gears synchronized.
Independent suspension on Pick-up 4x2 models and coil springs, exchange three synchronized gears, is renamed only Pick-up Willys
 

Renault Dauphine and Gordini

wb: 2270 mm 4 cyl.
845 cm³
31 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
845 cm³
40 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
845 cm³
53 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr Dauphine Gordini 1093

 


Renault Gordini
 

Interlagos

wb: 2100 mm 4 cyl.
845 cm³
53 hp (SAE)
Coupé
Cabriolet
Berlinette 2+2

 

 

Aero Willys 2600

wb: 2738 mm 6 cyl.
2640 cm³
110 hp (SAE)
Sedan 4-dr

 

 

Rural and Pickup

wb: 2654 mm 6 cyl.
2640 cm³
90 hp (SAE)
Kombi 2-dr Rural
Pick-up Jeep

 

 

Jeep

  wb: 6 cyl.
2640 cm³
90 hp (SAE)
  2057 mm Universal
  2565 mm 101