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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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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?
 

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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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When I saw this pciture at first I thought it was an ordinary rebadged Fiat 126P. But there are really important differences, like for instance the doorknob, Polski Fiat never made these kind of door openings on the 126P.
 
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