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1975 Ford Corcel Belina

1975 Ford Corcel Belina in Bye Bye Brasil, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: BR

1975 Ford Corcel Belina

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Bob Dieck BR

2009-03-04 21:03

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The Belina is the little station wagon. The correct name is Ford Corcel Belina and it was based on the Renault R-12 design, from 69 to 77. In 78 a new line was introduced, with more straight lines.

This one is the first type. Only the larger rear window shows it is post-75 built.

There are many other interesting and exclusive brazilian cars. Look to the green VW, you see one two tone large car - it is an Aero-Willys, a modification made here on the old Aero-Ace, of 51. This car was produced from 59 to 62 with the old styling and in 63 it was reestyled.

On the left side of the green VW there is a Brasilia, 1600 VW air cooled squared back body. There is a second (clear)Brasilia, after the Belina.

There is a Kombi pick-up and a Chevette (this is a Opel Kadett version)but these cars were also in production in other countries.

Weasel1984 PL

2009-03-04 21:12

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Thanks for these informations Bob Dieck. Yes there were some VW Brasilias also in the other scene, but all of them were really too background to list them here.
Only one thing - most of sources says that the name of the wagon was just Belina:
Link to "www.moby302.co.za"
http://clubdelrey.hpg.com.br/belina.htm

-- Last edit: 2009-03-04 21:12:35

Bob Dieck BR

2009-03-04 21:43

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I will check some old magazines and correct myself. After 68, Belina name was Ford Belina, before I guess it was Corcel Belina.

nevertheless it is important that the car belongs to Corcel family, which identificates better than Ford.

The site Del Rey is very good. There you see that Del Rey luxury Corcel line has also their 'own' Belina, called Scala.

The Belina has also a pick-up version, Pampa, and both had a 4x4 version.

Bob Dieck BR

2009-03-05 14:46

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I look after old advertisements and I found this wagon was called in 1970(the first year) as Corcel Belina, with the oval blue Ford logo after the name.

By curiosity I will extend my research and I will try to find when the Ford Belina name began to be noticed.

I am almost sure that the name Belina alone was not used.

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