Ford Del Rey
The Del Rey was a 1981-1991 produced mid-range model of the Brazilian branch of the Ford Motor Company.
The Del Rey was based on the Ford Corcel. Both models were manufactured for several years in parallel, the Del Rey was the upscale trim level. 1991 Del Rey was replaced by the Ford Versailles.
The Del Rey gave it as two-and four-door notchback sedan and three-door station wagon as. A derived by him pick-up variant called Ford Pampa remained until 1997 in the offer.
1981 to 1984 there were in the sedan and wagon versions Del Rey (base) and Del Rey Ouro. From 1985 the model a facelift and technical changes, including the new CHT engine received. The model range now consisted of the statements L, GL, GLX and Ghia sedan and L, GLX and Ghia Estate (now heard on the name Del Rey Scala). 1990 gave way to the Ford’s 1.6-liter engine powers the CHT that provided by Volkswagen do Brasil 1.8-liter four-cylinder, at the same time were Transmission and suspension improved.