This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online. Pages: 145. Chapters: Defunct motor vehicle manufacturers of Spain, Ford of Europe, Sava, Automobile Craiova, Ford 7W, Ford 7Y, Ford Anglia, Ford C-Max, Ford Capri, Ford Cargo, Ford Classic, Ford Consul, Ford Corsair, Ford Cortina, Ford Cougar, Ford E83W, Ford Eifel, Ford Escape, Ford Escort, Ford Escort, Ford Fiesta, Ford Focus, Ford Fusion, Ford Galaxy, Ford Germany, Ford Granada, Ford GT, Ford Koln, Ford Ka, Ford Kuga, Ford Model C Ten, Ford Model Y, Ford Mondeo, Ford Motor Company, Ford of Britain, Ford of Europe#Principal European facilities, Ford Orion, Ford Pilot, Ford Popular, Ford Prefect, Ford Probe, Ford Puma, Ford Rheinland, Ford RS200, Ford S-Max, Ford Scorpio, Ford Sierra, Ford Squire, Ford Taunus, Ford Thames 307E, Ford Thames 400E, Ford Tourneo, Ford Tourneo Connect, Ford Transcontinental, Ford Transit, Ford Transit Connect, Ford Vedette, Ford Zephyr, Thames 300E, Thames Trader, Barreiros, Ebro, Hispano-Suiza, Santana Motor, SEAT. Excerpt: Sociedad Anonima de Vehiculos Automoviles (S.A.V.A.) was a Spanish producer of light and medium commercial vehicles, based in Valladolid, Spain. They started in 1957 with a 3-wheeled vehicle, but soon switched to make a Barreiros engined light truck. Later on, they built heavier models based on the British-designed Austin, Morris and BMC commercial series, marketed as SAVA, SAVA-Austin, or SAVA-BMC, including the well-known BMC 'FG' range of trucks. For a short while Sava also assembled the heavy French Berliet GPS-12, sold as SAVA-Berliet. In early 1960s Sava switched to cabs of their own design, and from then on only the SAVA badge was used. In 1968 Enasa, the maker of Pegaso trucks, took over S.A.V.A., but the SAVA brand subsisted until 1969, when all the range was rebadged as Pegaso. In 1965, SAVA built a Nuffield tractor under license and the brand SAVA-Nuffield. Only the one model was built, and later models were under the Motransa na...This book consists of articles from Wikia or other free sources online.
|Title||:||Tractor and Construction Plant - Motor Vehicle Manufacturers of Spain|
|Publisher||:||Books LLC, Wiki Series - 2012-05|