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I need information about these makes:


Jiangbei: Produced Suzuki Alto's called Jiangbei JJ7080. Stopped manufacturing in 1999 ?

Beijing-Beilu (BBAC): Website ? Pictures ?

Shandanpai: Toyota Land-Cruiser clones produced in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. Website ? Someone have pictures ?

Shuangyi: Car manufacturer ?

Winnerway: Pick-ups and SUV's. Pictures ?

Huaxin: Manufactured cars in the 1980's(?).


Huaxin YM6390
 

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Raul said:
I need information about these makes:


Jiangbei: Produced Suzuki Alto's called Jiangbei JJ7080. Stopped manufacturing in 1999 ?

Beijing-Beilu (BBAC): Website ? Pictures ?
Raul said:
I need information about these makes:


Jiangbei: Produced Suzuki Alto's called Jiangbei JJ7080. Stopped manufacturing in 1999 ?

Beijing-Beilu (BBAC): Website ? Pictures ?
Jiangbei Machinery of Jilin City in Jilin Province was established in 1986. It was PLA-owned until 2002 when Lingtian Motorcycle of Zhejiang Province, and others, bought it and changed the name to Tongtian. In addition to the Alto it produced a 1.8 Litre Subaru Rex-based sedan called Tiger JTT7180. Tongtian brought in German engineers and equipment to help it to build the Glow JTT7080/JTT7181 that you showed us here this week. In August 2004 a second generation 1.1 Litre Glow was introduced, the Glow Liangjing and Glow Meijing with panoramic sunroofs.
Last year, as I think you mentioned somewhere, Tongtian was acquired by Jiangnan.

I tried to include a photo of a Beilu minivan but it wouldn't upload because of size limits. (sorry I don't know how to make the file as small as required).
Beijing Beilu at West Rd 26, Dahong Men (Big Red Gate), Fengtai District, Beijing 10075, makes Isuzu-based minivans and a Rav 4 clone w/ Mitsubishi engine. Another is the Sports Car Color a compact SUV, for around ¥100,000. Investor is the Yonguan Group of Taizhou, Zhejiang.
Isuzu held a stake in Beilu from 1995 but sold it in 2000.
 

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Jiangbei Machinery of Jilin City in Jilin Province was established in 1986. It was PLA-owned until 2002 when Lingtian Motorcycle of Zhejiang Province, and others, bought it and changed the name to Tongtian. In addition to the Alto it produced a 1.8 Litre Subaru Rex-based sedan called Tiger JTT7180. Tongtian brought in German engineers and equipment to help it to build the Glow JTT7080/JTT7181 that you showed us here this week. In August 2004 a second generation 1.1 Litre Glow was introduced, the Glow Liangjing and Glow Meijing with panoramic sunroofs.
Last year, as I think you mentioned somewhere, Tongtian was acquired by Jiangnan.

I tried to include a photo of a Beilu minivan but it wouldn't upload because of size limits. (sorry I don't know how to make the file as small as required).
Beijing Beilu at West Rd 26, Dahong Men (Big Red Gate), Fengtai District, Beijing 10075, makes Isuzu-based minivans and a Rav 4 clone w/ Mitsubishi engine. Another is the Sports Car Color a compact SUV, for around ¥100,000. Investor is the Yonguan Group of Taizhou, Zhejiang.
Isuzu held a stake in Beilu from 1995 but sold it in 2000.
Thank you dragin ! You made things more clear to me now. About Beijing-Beilu, it's real hard to find any information about it from the net. I did know they have a RAV-4 clone named BJ6390. Thanks for the Jiangbei info, great piece of information to add to my files :nod:
 

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Here's all pictures from Beijing-Beilu I could find...

First one is the Isuzu van and second is BJ6390



 

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Vitesse said:
Shouldn't there be a forum for Taiwan's Yue-Loong (YLN)?

And what about the Chinese Domestic products of Fukang Citroën and Buick China?
I agree that there could be a forum for Dongfeng joint ventures (Citroen, Peugeot, Honda, Nissan). Shanghai-GM's parent company is SAIC which already has a forum.
 

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I need information about these makes:


Jiangbei: Produced Suzuki Alto's called Jiangbei JJ7080. Stopped manufacturing in 1999 ?

Beijing-Beilu (BBAC): Website ? Pictures ?

Shandanpai: Toyota Land-Cruiser clones produced in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia. Website ? Someone have pictures ?

Shuangyi: Car manufacturer ?

Winnerway: Pick-ups and SUV's. Pictures ?

Huaxin: Manufactured cars in the 1980's(?).


Huaxin YM6390
Hongyuan (China) for winnerway.
 

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Jiangbei Machinery of Jilin City in Jilin Province was established in 1986. It was PLA-owned until 2002 when Lingtian Motorcycle of Zhejiang Province, and others, bought it and changed the name to Tongtian. In addition to the Alto it produced a 1.8 Litre Subaru Rex-based sedan called Tiger JTT7180. Tongtian brought in German engineers and equipment to help it to build the Glow JTT7080/JTT7181 that you showed us here this week. In August 2004 a second generation 1.1 Litre Glow was introduced, the Glow Liangjing and Glow Meijing with panoramic sunroofs.
Last year, as I think you mentioned somewhere, Tongtian was acquired by Jiangnan.

I tried to include a photo of a Beilu minivan but it wouldn't upload because of size limits. (sorry I don't know how to make the file as small as required).
Beijing Beilu at West Rd 26, Dahong Men (Big Red Gate), Fengtai District, Beijing 10075, makes Isuzu-based minivans and a Rav 4 clone w/ Mitsubishi engine. Another is the Sports Car Color a compact SUV, for around ¥100,000. Investor is the Yonguan Group of Taizhou, Zhejiang.
Isuzu held a stake in Beilu from 1995 but sold it in 2000.
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their polski fiat clone. Jiangbei JJ710.
 
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