1985 renault encore




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    12 - Renault Encore Down On the Junkyard - Picture courtesy of Murilee Martin While the US government decided Chrysler was too big to.

    History of the logo. The Renault logo has an interesting history. During the First World War, the company successfully produced light tanks. In connection with the popularity of the company's tanks, the leadership of Renault even changed the logo, placing in it the image of his tank. But the tank on the emblem was not delayed for a long time, in 1923 a well-known form of diamond appeared. However, this is not a diamond - it is a trace from the tank.

    By , it was clear to everyone that the Renault Alliance, product of the strange AMC/Renault mashup that failed to save the “not too big to.

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    After all, reliability issues are generally caused by faulty materials which results in something breaking and thus not functioning. The only real problem were clutch cables. I was awfully tempted. The worst was a stutter caused by fouled plugs, but that was fixed with a new set that I installed with my Dad.

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

    1985 renault encore

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    While the US government decided Chrysler was too big to fail and bailed out the company with loan guarantees in , American Motors was judged just the right size to fail and had to get bailed out by the French government. This led right to the weird history of the Renault Alliance , which included a Wisconsin-ized Renault 11 hatchback called the Encore.

    Can you see yourself in, or maybe as an Encore? This car spent at least part of its life being towed behind a giant RV. January 10, was a fine day in Kenosha. Kenosha or not, this HVAC control panel has a suspiciously foreign look about it. Did you ever drive one? What is the vehicle you drive? My brother likes his Mustang but he agrees with me.

    1985 renault encore

    Most of the body panels did not really line up well with each together. The sheet metal stampings were apparently worn out by that year because many of the body line folds were not very well defined and the panels looked wavy from viewing at a side angle. When you looked insde the car you could see lots of sheet metal exposed around the big gaps of the interior edges of the door panels. Oh yes, the rear hatch along the middle of the side edge looked like some chimpanzees banged it out with a big hammer.

    But it had a V8 5 speed baby! He took it up to about a mph before the aerodynamics or lack of made it kind of wobble. What is yours an LX 5. Maybe you should have gotten one with the available base, debased ha ha 4 cylinder Mustang.

    1985 renault encore

    On that one you did not even have to replace the factory 85 mph speedometeter like my brother had to on his big, bad 5. By or at least Ford could have introduced another generation of the Mustang but was content to limp along with the current for 6 more years. Where was the Mustang assembled? The ancient River Rouge plant, I think. I have to admit it is crude, I do say again crude, but effective for straight line speed goobers like you.

    Just do not go around a corner or curve too fast. Wow, where did that come from? But they were built for two different markets. It was a real, and worthy, Mustang. The speedo needle did the exact same thing.

    The hot Nevada sun warped it inward against the the backing plate. Eventually it broke off and I finally had a speedo I could read. I also had one. A brand spanking new LS 3 door. No frills other than a rear defroster, tited glass and the beutiful Mica red clear coat exterior paint that cost me extra.

    1985 renault encore

    I want to refute the idiots out there that claim it cannot reach more than 60 mph. Yes you morones, it did take a while to get up to speed, but with the manual transmission the engine liked getting wound up. When it was about 10 years old I figured I would see how fast it would really go.

    Well, I floored it and waited later than usual to shift and when I buried the needle in 4th gear at the stopper, the engine still had more to go! You have to remember the speedometers in cars only went up to 85 mph in those days. But the car still had 5th gear too. What a waste of a fine piece of machinery. Not to say the car was built particularly well. The boys and girls in Kenosha assembled them with the same indifferance as they put them together in France.

    1985 AMC Alliance (RENAULT)



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