Vanguards VA06603 Ford Transit Mk1 Diesel Van for Eddie Stobart in 1:43 Scale.
From The Lledo Vanguards Collection in 1:43 Scale.
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This is a superb Vanguards VA06603 Ford Transit Mk1 Diesel Van for Eddie Stobart in 1:43 Scale. The Van is in Mint condition, and the box with only minor shop wear to it, is in Good to Very Good condition.
Other sellers have same item up at £39, my one is less with Free UK postage.
The Van is in a smart Gloss Green with Red detail,and a detailed Black interior, ( R-H drive) and Green hubbed wheels. It further has Eddie Stobart graphics on some panels. Inside the box comes is an un-opened sprue of wing mirrors to attach. [update]
* All wheels turn freely of course.
* Tyres are real rubber.
* Great paintwork and detail.
* Great internal detail with steering wheel, dash, seating, etc all shown.
* Great external detail with all lens's coloured realistic, badging shown, and more.
* Best scale of 1:43 from a reknowned model maker.
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The Ford Transit is a range of light commercial vehicles produced by Ford Motor Company since 1965. Sold primarily as a cargo van, the Transit is also built as a passenger van (marketed as the Tourneo since 1995), minibus, cutaway van chassis, and as a pickup truck. Over seven million Transits have been produced across four basic platform generations (debuting in 1965, 1986, 2000, and 2013 respectively).
The first product of the merged Ford of Europe,
the Transit was marketed through Western Europe and Australia; by the
end of the 20th century, it was marketed nearly globally with the
exception of North America. The Transit has been the best-selling light
commercial vehicle in Europe for 40 years, and in some countries the
term "Transit" has passed into common usage as a generic term applying
to any light commercial van in the Transit's size bracket.
While initially designed for European consumption, the Transit is now
produced in Asia, North America, and Europe for worldwide buyers.
Unlike the British-built Transit "family", the first production Ford
to wear the "Transit" badge was a van built in Ford's Köln (Cologne) plant in Germany. It was introduced in 1953 as FK 1000 (Ford Köln carrying 1,000 kg) with a 1,3 litre straight 4
engine from the contemporary Taunus, in 1955 the engine got an enlarged
capacity of 1,5 litres. From 1961, this vehicle was called the Ford Taunus Transit.
Production of this model ceased in 1965. Unsurprisingly, it bore a
striking resemblance to its main rival from VW. Quite unlike the much
more stylish Thames 400E, produced in the UK at the same time, which was the direct ancestor of the UK Ford Transit.
The German vehicle was not widely exported, and the "Mark 1" tag has
commonly been applied, retrospectively, to the 1965 to 1978 British
model (see below). Whilst there have been four basic Transit platforms
since 1965, the various facelifts and upgrades over the years have been
referred to using a conflicting range of "Mark" numbers, with some
sources counting a facelift as a new "Mark", some not. Ford's own
historical look back at Transit production, published for the launch of
the 1994 model, avoids the issue by referring to generations of Transit
by years produced. This article attempts to make mention of all the common naming systems.
First generation (1965–1978)
Mark I long-wheelbase Ford Transit with twin rear wheels and widened arches
The first generation Transit, or the Transit Mark I in the United Kingdom,
was introduced in October 1965, taking over directly from the Thames
400E, and has been in continuous production in three basic generations
to the present day. The van was produced initially at Ford's Langley facility in Berkshire, England (a former Second World War aircraft factory which had produced Hawker Hurricane fighters), but demand outstripped the capability of the plant, and production was moved to Southampton until closure in 2013 in favour of the Turkish factory. Transits have also been produced in Ford's Genk
factory in Belgium and also Turkey. Transits were produced in Amsterdam
for the local market from the mid-1970s until the end of 1981. This
factory had ample capacity, since the Ford Transcontinental
produced there had little success (total production 8000 in 6 years).
Although the Transit sold well in the Netherlands, it was not enough to
save the factory, which closed in December 1981. The Transit is also
produced in China for the Chinese market.
The Transit was introduced to replace the Ford Thames 400E, a small mid-engined forward control van noted for its narrow track which was in competition with similar-looking but larger vehicles from the BMC J4 and J2 vans and Rootes Group's Commer PB ranges. In a UK market segment then dominated by the Bedford CA,
Ford's Thames competitor, because of its restricted load area, failed
to attract fleet users in sufficient numbers. Ford switched to a
front-engined configuration, as did the 1950s by Bedford with their
well-regarded CA series vans. Henry Ford II's revolutionary step was to combine the engineering efforts of Ford of Britain
and Ford of Germany to create a prototype for the Ford of Europe of
today—previously the two subsidiaries had avoided competing in one
another's domestic markets but had been direct competitors in other
The Transit was a departure from the European commercial vehicles of
the day with its American-inspired styling—its broad track gave it a
huge advantage in carrying capacity over comparable vehicles of the day.
Most of the Transit's mechanical components were adapted from Ford's
car range of the time. Another key to the Transit's success was the
sheer number of different body styles: panel vans in long and short
wheelbase forms, pick-up truck, minibuses, crew-cabs to name but a few.
The engines used in the UK were the Essex V4 for the petrol-engined
version in 1.7 L and 2.0 L capacities. By using relatively short V-4
engines Ford were able to minimise the additional length necessitated to
place the engine ahead of the driver. Another popular development under the bonnet was the equipping of the van with an alternator at time when the UK market competitors expected buyers to be content with a dynamo. A 43 bhp (32 kW) diesel engine sourced from Perkins
was also offered. As this engine was too long to fit under the
Transit's stubby nose, the diesel version featured a longer bonnet. The
underpowered Perkins proved unpopular, and was replaced by Ford's own "York" unit in 1974. For mainland Europe the Transit had the German Ford Taunus V4 engine
in Cologne 1.7- or Essex 2.0-litre versions. The diesel version's long
nose front was also used to accommodate the Ford 3.0-litre V6 in vans supplied to police and ambulance services. In Australia, the long-nose diesel front was used to accommodate an inline 6-cylinder engine derived from the Ford Falcon.
According to the show Top Gear,
British police have reported that in the 1970s 95% of all robberies in
which the criminals used a vehicle, involved this type of Ford Transit.
The adoption of live axles front and rear in place of a system
incorporating independent front suspension that had featured on its UK predecessor
might have been seen as a backward step by some, but on the road
commentators felt that the Transit's wider track and longer wheelbase
more than compensated for the apparent step backwards represented by
Ford's suspension choices.
Drivers appreciated the elimination of the excessive noise, smell and
cabin heat that resulted from placing the driver above or adjacent to
the engine compartment in the Thames 400E and other forward control
light vans of the 1950s and early 1960s.
Together with the facelifted 1978 version (see below), this would be
the longest lived of the Transit platforms, remaining in production for a
total of 21 years.
In March 1978, a facelifted version, commonly known in some markets as the Transit Mark II, debuted with a restyled nose section, lifted from the US Mk.3 Econoline, new interior, and the introduction of the Pinto engine from the Cortina
in place of the Essex V4. Many fleet owners experienced premature
camshaft wear in early Pinto units in the Cortina and for two years the
Transit 75 was available with the 1.6 L Ford Kent "Xflo" engine.
High-performance versions intended for police or ambulance use used the
3.0 L V6 version of the Essex engine, Australian variants had 4.1 L (250 cu in) inline 6-cylinder engines.
In 1984, the York diesel engine was redesigned into the 2.5 L "DI"
(direct injection) unit. At this time this generation received a minor
facelift including a grey plastic front grille with integrated headlamp
surrounds, wraparound indicators, longer bumper end caps and
multifunction rear lights incorporating fog, indicator, reversing and
side lights for the panel van. This facelift did not commonly result in a
new "Mark" number.
The Mark II was available in 6 body styles: Van, Kombi, Chassis Cab,
Parcel Van, Bus and Crewbus all available in short-wheelbase (2690 mm)
and long-wheelbase (3000 mm) versions. A selection of 5 engines was
available: 1.6-litre OHC Petrol, 1.6-litre OHV Petrol (Kent), 2.0-litre
OHC Petrol, 2.0-litre OHC Petrol (Economy) and 2.4-litre Diesel. On top
of this were 32 door combinations, 6 axle ratios and options for 12 - 17
interior seats. All of these were available in any combination when
purchased with Ford's highly customizable custom plan. At the time this
gave the business sector an unprecedented amount of flexibility, which
was a major factor in the vehicles' ultimate success.
The third generation Transit platform appeared in January 1986 and
was notable for its all-new bodyshell which was of "one-box" design (i.e.
the windscreen and bonnet are at the same angle), and the front
suspension was changed to a fully independent configuration on SWB
versions. The engine range was carried over largely unchanged from the
last of the 1978-85 generation models, although in 1989 the
high-performance 3.0 V6
petrol was replaced by the Cologne 2.9 EFI V6. A subtle facelift in
1992 saw the fully independent front suspension adopted across the
range, whilst a redesigned floor plan allowed the use of single, rather
than paired, rear wheels on the LWB derivative, further increasing
payload—these models are identifiable by the slightly more rounded front
1995 Ford Transit facelift
A major facelift to the Transit in 1994/5 gave the Transit a new nose and dashboard, along with the 2.0 L DOHC 8-valve
engine as found in the 1994 to 1998 Ford Scorpio. It is similar to the
earlier Sierra DOHC unit but without the distributor and uses the
updated OBD II-compliant EEC-V level engine control unit. Some of Ford's 16-valve engines, such as those found in the Scorpio, Escort RS2000 and Galaxy were also based on this block. At the same time air conditioning, electric windows, central locking, electric mirrors and airbags were all made available as optional extras.
The turbo diesel version came in 85 PS (63 kW), 100 PS (74 kW) and 115 PS (85 kW) version with an electronic fuel pump.
For the 30th anniversary of the Transit in 1995 Ford released a
limited edition model called the Transit Hallmark. Six hundred were made
and were available in three colours with 200 being made in each.
In Europe the VE83 Transit was available up to 2000, but in Vietnam
it was built up to 2003 when it was exchanged in June for the new
The fourth generation Transit, introduced in July 2000, was the third all-new design, and borrowed styling cues from Ford's "New Edge" designs like the Focus, and Ka.
Developed by Ford in the United States, the main innovation is that it
is available in either front- or rear-wheel drive. Ford nomenclature
makes this the V184 (rear-wheel-drive) or V185 (front-wheel-drive) model. This model features the "Puma"-type Duratorq turbo diesel engine also used in the 2000 Mondeo and Jaguar X-Type, with the petrol versions moving up to the 2.3 L 16-Valve edition of the straight-4
engine. With this engine, the Transit can reach 60 mph (97 km/h) in 21
seconds and reach a top speed of 93 miles per hour (150 km/h), returning
it to car-like performance as claimed for the earliest models. A
demonstration of this model's speed was shown on Top Gear in 2005, where German race driver Sabine Schmitz attempted to drive it around the Nürburgring
in under ten minutes, matching Jeremy Clarkson's time in a turbodiesel
Jaguar S-Type; she was unsuccessful, but only by a few seconds.
The Durashift EST automatic transmission
(optional on all rear-wheel-drive models) features controls mounted on
the dashboard, a specially adapted manual mode, tow-haul mode, economy
mode and winter mode.
2002 saw the introduction of the first High Pressure Common Rail
diesel engine in the Transit, with the launch of the 125 PS (92 kW)
HPCR 2.0-litre in the FWD. Production of the van started at the new
Ford-Otosan plant in Kocaeli, Turkey which saw the end of all production
at the Genk, Belgium plant which had been producing Transits since
1965. This coincided with the introduction of the Transit Connect (also produced in Kocaeli), a smaller panel van based on the C170 (Focus) platform and aimed at replacing the older Escort and Fiesta based models. Despite the name, the Connect has no engineering commonality with the full-size Transit.
2003 saw a new instrument cluster with a digital odometer.
2004 saw the launch of the first RWD HPCR, the 135 PS (99 kW) 2.4-litre variant that also introduced the 6-speed MT-82 RWD manual gearbox.
The five millionth Transit rolled off the Southampton line on Monday, 18 July 2005 and was donated to an English charity.
2,993 mm (117.8 in)3,749–4,318 mm (147.6–170.0 in)
SWB Pickup Trucks: 3,137 mm (123.5 in)
MWB Pickup Trucks: 3,504 mm (138.0 in)
LWB Pickup Trucks: 3,954 mm (155.7 in)
FWD: 5,230 mm (205.9 in)
Minibus FWD: 3,300 mm (129.9 in)
RWD: 4,883 mm (192.2 in)
14-Seat Bus RWD: 5,690 mm (224.0 in)
17-Seat Bus RWD: 6,403 mm (252.1 in)
SWB Pickups: 5,118 mm (201.5 in)
MWB FWD Pickup: 5,481 mm (215.8 in)
MWB RWD Pickup: 5,485 mm (215.9 in)
LWB Pickups: 5,935 mm (233.7 in) 6,319 mm (248.8 in) & 6,317 mm (248.7 in)
1/3-Way Tipper 350M: 5,715 mm (225.0 in)
1-Way Tipper 350L: 6,183 mm (243.4 in)
Cutaway SWB: 5,317 mm (209.3 in)
Cutaway LWB: 5,673 mm (223.3 in) & 5,934 mm (233.6 in)
FWD: 2,032 mm (80.0 in)
FWD: 1,974 mm (77.7 in)
RWD: 2,084 mm (82.0 in)
SWB Pickups: 2,374 mm (93.5 in)
MWB & LWB Pickups: 2,492 mm (98.1 in)
Cutaway SWB: 1,972 mm (77.6 in)
Cutaway LWB: 2,047 mm (80.6 in)
Vans: 2,070 mm (81.5 in), 2,077 mm (81.8 in), 1,999 mm (78.7 in),
2,083 mm (82.0 in), 2,304 mm (90.7 in), 2,385 mm (93.9 in), 2,392 mm
(94.2 in), 2,302 mm (90.6 in), 2,363 mm (93.0 in), 2,389 mm (94.1 in),
2,394 mm (94.3 in), 2,623 mm (103.3 in), 2,624 mm (103.3 in) &
2,398 mm (94.4 in)
SWB Pickups: 2,032 mm (80.0 in), 2,035 mm (80.1 in) (also a high-end
dimension on an MWB RWD pickup), 1,974 mm (77.7 in) & 2,030 mm
(79.9 in) (also an upper-end RWD LWB pickup dimension)
MWB Pickups: 2,005 mm (78.9 in), 2,017 mm (79.4 in) & 2,023 mm (79.6 in)
LWB Pickups: 2,031 mm (80.0 in), 2,018 mm (79.4 in), 2,015 mm (79.3 in), 2,025 mm (79.7 in) & 2,016 mm (79.4 in)
Cutaway: 2,080 mm (81.9 in)
1,800 kg (3,968 lb)(2.2L Duratorq, medium wheelbase, medium roof, panel van)
The fifth generation Transit,
introduced in August 2006, received a facelift to the body, including
new front and rear lights, a new front end and a new interior featuring
on the dashboard and Ford's new corporate radio design. Besides the
styling changes, the powertrains were revised. The old petrol engine was
replaced with one from the Ford Ranger, the front-wheel-drive diesel went from 2.0 to 2.2 litres capacity, and all diesel engines gained high-pressure common rail (TDCi)
systems. The powertrains were changed to meet new emissions
legislation. The new version (Ford nomenclature V347 for front-wheel
drive and V348 for rear-wheel drive) won International Van of the Year for 2007 despite tough competition from several all-new rivals. This Transit arrived in Mexico to replace the Freestar after the 2007 model year. This was the first Transit having a five-cylinder engine.
Ford Transit Sport
Mid-2006 saw the launch of the "Sport Van", a production van
featuring the 130 PS (96 kW) engine with additional styling parts, "Le
Mans" stripes and 18-inch alloy wheels.
Late-2007 saw the launch of the 140 PS (103 kW) engine for front
wheel drives (replacing the 130 PS) complete with the VMT6 6-speed manual transaxle to cope with the extra power.
The 6-speed transaxle was introduced on the mid-power FWD in late
2008 when the 110 PS (81 kW) engine was upped to 115 PS (85 kW).
In late-2008, the "coated Diesel Particulate Filter" (cDPF)—designed
to meet higher emission standards than the current Euro IV
requirement—was introduced as an option on all diesel engines.
2.2 l Diesel, 63 kW (85 PS); 2006–2012
2.2 l Diesel, 81 kW (110 PS); 2006−2008
2.2 l Diesel, 85 kW (115 PS); 2008–2012
2.2 l Diesel, 96 kW (130 PS); 2006−2007
2.2 l Diesel, 103 kW (140 PS); 2007–2012
2.4 l Diesel, 74 kW (100 PS); 2006–2012
2.4 l Diesel, 85 kW (115 PS); 2006–2012
2.4 l Diesel, 103 kW (140 PS); 2006–2012
3.2 l Diesel, 147 kW (200 PS); 2007–2012
2.3 l Petrol, 107 kW (146 PS); 2006–2012
Ford Transit XXL
To celebrate the Transit's status as International Van of the Year 2007, Ford built this stretch style van — the Transit XXL. It is a unique special that is among the more expensive Transits ever.
Sixth generation (2013–present)
Full size Ford Transit (North American model)
Ford Tourneo (passenger van, outside North America)
A globally designed vehicle, the new-generation Transit was again a
collaboration between Ford of Europe and Ford in North America. With its
external design headed by Ford of Europe, the new Transit evolved from
the New Edge styling used from the previous-generation model to the Kinetic design adopted by many of the company's global models since 2010; the interior drew cues from the third generation Ford Focus.
In North America, part of the development was undertaken by Ford
designers based in Detroit. As the Transit is replacing the E-Series,
Ford loaned examples of the previous-generation (V347/348) Transit to
high-mileage drivers in the United States for evaluation purposes and
Worldwide production of Ford Transits takes place in two facilities; All European Transit production is from Ford Otosan in Kocaeli Province,
Turkey; this factory which will also provide a percentage of global
exports. North American production will be primarily sourced from Kansas City Assembly in Claycomo, Missouri on the lines used for the previous generation Ford Escape.
While the front-wheel drive V347 Transit was sold alongside the
E-Series in Mexico starting in 2007 (replacing the Freestar minivan),
this generation of the Transit is the replacement for the E-Series and
the first to be officially sold in the United States and Canada.
2014 Ford Tourneo Custom (passenger van) shown at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show
As before, the Transit and Tourneo are available in both front and
rear-wheel drive configurations. In a break from the previous
generation, front-wheel drive low-roof versions are now a distinct
model. Branded as the Transit/Tourneo Custom, it is a mid-size van intended to compete with vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz Vito/Viano and Volkswagen Transporter T5. It was unveiled at the 2012 Commercial Vehicle Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, England. Currently, the Transit Custom will not be sold in North America.
North America version
The new Transit is available in cargo van, passenger van (wagon in
North America), and chassis/cutaway cab configurations. In a significant
departure from the E-Series, the Transit vans/wagons come in three
different roof heights; extended-wheelbase vans are available with dual
Outside of North America, much of the engine lineup and drivetrain
configurations is carryover from the previous generation. For North
America, the Transit shares the 3.7L Ti-VCT and 3.5L EcoBoost
V6 engines with the F-150. The 3.2L Duratorq inline-5 diesel makes its
debut in North America rebranded as a Power Stroke diesel. All versions
in North America are specified with a 6-speed automatic transmission and
rear-wheel drivetrain. The 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 can be converted to run on compressed natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas with an optional Gaseous Engine Prep Package.
The Ford Transit VJX6541DK-M is the Chinese version and it based on its predecessors of the fourth and fifth generation. This generation is only built in Nanchang by Jiangling Motors
and is reserved for the Chinese domestic market. Remarkable are the
much larger headlights and the larger grille. The model was launched to
the market in 2006. Overall, the generation has 70 improvements to its
predecessor. The interior has been changed and made more ergonomic.
Power windows are standard, but ABS is optional. The Chinese Transit is
available with two diesel engines and one petrol. One of them has a
power of 67.6 kW (Type JX493ZQ3), the other 68 kW (JX493ZQ4). Both
diesels have a capacity of 2,771 cc. The Petrol version uses a Ford Barra engine 190 kW inline-6 motor. The top speed is specified at 68.35 mph (110 km/h). The Chinese Transits have a VIN in following form: LJXBMCH1××T××××××.
The European 2006 Ford Transit went into production in 2008. On the Chinese market it is known as the New Transit.
It is offered parallel to the 2006 China generation. The two facilities
are currently manufacturing 300,000 units annually. Ford and Jiangling
want to open a third plant in late 2012 to increase the annual
production to further 3,000 units.
In January 2010, the Toyota recalls affected the products of the Ford Group because Ford used the same supplier (CTS Corporation).
It was suspected that the accelerator pedals were defective and posed a
danger. About 1600 Ford Transits of the 2006 China generation were
affected by the recall.
The European models of the VE6 and VE8 generation can be given an
aftermarket facelift to the Chinese version. This needs the Chinese
components and manual skills. Production ended in 2013, alongside the
European Transit, due to slumping sales, as the Ford of China website
Mk3 County 4x4 Transit
A handful of companies offered four-wheel-drive conversions, such as County Tractors of Knighton in Powys, who converted vans on behalf of Ford as a Special Vehicle Operations
factory option. The first Transit County models were based on the Mk2
Transit model, both long and short wheelbase. The conversion used a Dana
44F front axle and a NP208 transfer box, both lifted from the Ford
Bronco, coupled to the regular Transit engine, gearbox and rear axle
using three custom propshafts. The Transit rear axle was retained,
mounted to a rear subframe or 'lift cradle' to give the extra ride
height. Other modifications were 16-inch wheel rims, locking front hubs,
a heavy-duty steering box and 305 mm diameter front brake discs.
With the introduction of the Mk3 Transit in 1986 came the next
generation of the County 4x4. This would prove to be a very popular and
successful version of the County Transit 4x4, and the last to use the
Dana beam axle layout. Later County 4x4 models switched to using an
independent front suspension setup which was inherently more complex in
design than the earlier beam axle models. Later panel vans also lost the
twin-wheel rear axle that had been fitted on earlier LWB versions.
Mainly used by utility companies such as National Grid, the Ministry
Of Defence, and by mountain rescue teams, the Transit County 4x4 proved
to be a capable vehicle both on and off road, with the ability to carry
both crew and equipment just about anywhere.
Design and supply of drivetrain components for County 4x4 models
passed to Countytrac, a division of M.J. Allen Ltd, who are still
involved in the development of the latest Mk7 AWD Transit and Connect
Introduced as part of the 1995 redesign of the Transit, the Tourneo
is a Transit-based 8 or 9-seat minibus, but over the model years has
become increasingly better trimmed to the point where it can almost be
classified as a large MPV. Featuring back seats and back windows similar
to a minivan, the Tourneo is also considered an executive
transport vehicle and is often supplied with alloy wheels. Since its
introduction, the Tourneo has followed the same development cycle as the
Transit; both versions receive updates at the same time.
A smaller minivan version of the Tourneo was introduced in 2002; branded the Tourneo Connect, it was based on the Transit Connect mini MPV.
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