Dacia 1300

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Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 16 May 2009, 04:50

Dacia 1300

The first Dacia 1300 was built in August 1969, and was exhibited at Eren, Bucharest, and at the Auto Show in Paris, as Renault 12.

This type was, at the beginning, produced with parts imported from France, and made an impressive sucess in Romania, because the waiting lists were always lengthy.

The type was a berline with 4 doors, 5 places, front traction, frontal engine, 1289 cc, 144 Km/h, and consumption 9,4 L.

There was 3 variants of Dacia 1300:

1300 Standard
1300 L( Lux)
1301 (Lux Super)
This one, had a heated rear screen, radio, windscreen mirrors, a more luxurious trim, and was reserved for the communist party nomenklatura.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 30 May 2009, 21:16

Here's another beautiful picture of a 1300 Dacia in 1979, in the desert of Sahara, during the Budapeste - Bamako rally, on route from Merzouga to Zagora - Morocco.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 30 May 2009, 21:24

Dacia 1300, 3 August 1990
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 30 May 2009, 21:35

The estate variant

In 1972 was produced the estate variant 1300 Break; 1300 F (estate with no rear seats, for carring goods) the 1300S (ambulance), and in 1973 the Dacia 1302 pick-up. 2000 units were made until 1982.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 30 May 2009, 21:43

Dacia Estafette D6

In Colibasi, between 1975 and 1978, was also produced the magnificent Dacia Estafette D6, similar to the Renault Estaffete, but in very limited numbers, given the competition of the T.V. Van, made in Bucharest.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 13 Jun 2009, 04:36

In the early eighties, the Renault 20 was also assembled as the Dacia 2000. Because of the exclusivity of this model, numbers were very limited. The 2000 was only available in dark blue or black, and was reserverd for the nomenklatura.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 13 Jun 2009, 05:00

At the Bucarest Show, Eren, in 1979, the restyled 1310 models were presented.
These had quad lamps at the front, larger lamps at the rear, reprofiled bumpers, and a new interior.
Those types were built in the following versions: Standard, MS, MLS, S, TL and TX.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 20 Jun 2009, 22:33

In late 1979, the 1310 finally hit the Romanian market.

In the U.K, where it was known as the Dacia Denem, the top of the range model included such luxuries as a five-speed gearbox, alloy wheels and electric windows. The advertising slogan used for the car was "The very acceptable Dacia Denem".

Romanian Embassy, in South Kensington, kept a fleet running until the 90s.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 20 Jun 2009, 23:17

During 1983, and in the following years, the 1310 type had been restyled again.
Also 1.397 C.C (Dacia 1410), and 1.185 C.C (Dacia 1210) engines, and the five speeds gearbox were introduced.
Those had the following equipment levels: TLE, TX, TS, TLX, GT and GTL.
After U.K., type 1310 was exported to South America, and Canada.
Dacia 1310 continues to be manufactured today, berline (types TL, TLX, S, L, R and CR) with new head-lights, break with new stop-lights (Types CL, L, FT) and a pick-up (type 1304).
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by George » 22 Jun 2009, 11:36

Ramiro Cavaleiro wrote:During 1983, and in the following years, the 1310 type had been restyled again.
Dacia 1310 continues to be manufactured today, berline (types TL, TLX, S, L, R and CR) with new head-lights, break with new stop-lights (Types CL, L, FT) and a pick-up (type 1304).
dacia berlina was produced until july 1, 2004, and the pick-up type (who have 3 body types - pick-up, dropside and double cab) was produced until december 2006
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Zmeu » 22 Jun 2009, 12:01

Dacia begins the production of a luxury sport Dacia in 1983 and production stops in1989
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 22 Jun 2009, 16:30

George wrote:
Ramiro Cavaleiro wrote:During 1983, and in the following years, the 1310 type had been restyled again.
Dacia 1310 continues to be manufactured today, berline (types TL, TLX, S, L, R and CR) with new head-lights, break with new stop-lights (Types CL, L, FT) and a pick-up (type 1304).
dacia berlina was produced until july 1, 2004, and the pick-up type (who have 3 body types - pick-up, dropside and double cab) was produced until december 2006
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 22 Jun 2009, 16:32

Plastec wrote:Dacia begins the production of a luxury sport Dacia in 1983 and production stops in1989
Salut, Plastec!

I'm going to post informations about the Dacia Sport Models, including the Brasovia!... :)

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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 30 Jun 2009, 02:05

In 1979, at Eren show, the Dacia Sport Brasovia was presented. This prototype of a sports coupé was based on the 1310 and developed at a service station in Brasov.

From this popular prototype, the new Dacia Sport emergerd. This one was built in two types. The first emerged from the 1310 type with shorter doors, and the second from the 1410 type with longer doors.

Dacia Sport was based on the berline type, and had a restyled coupe bodywork with two doors. Its back side was 200 mm shorter than at the basic model. The engine was the same as in a Dacia 1410 (1,4 L.). Production stopped after 1989.
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Re: Dacia 1300

Post by Ramiro » 11 May 2010, 21:35

The great afican rally, Budapeste-Bamako 2007.
"Daciaval Bamakoba Team".
Dacia always present.
Amazing pictures!!! ::)
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