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A1 MkII

A1 MkI has been replaced by A1 MkII in April 1972. In 1971,in dedication to the Mediterranean Games (Akdeniz Oyunlari) that took place in Izmir-Turkey, Otosan has developed MkII type and this design has been called Anadol Akdeniz.

With this MkII, the two round headlamps at front were replaced with rectangular shape headlamps and signals were at the out-sides of the headlamps. At rear, the signal and stop lights were the same with the Ford Transit mini-vans, but replaced horizontally. The bumpers and the front grille design were changed and a new transmission system was introduced. On the dashboard, there were two Smiths gauges: on the left a speedometer and on the right another gauge with water temperature and fuel indicators.  The interior design and the materiel of the cabin have been upgrated and the exterior of the roof was covered with vinyl, in accordance with the fashion of that period.

The engine is the same since 1968/08, 54 HP (5500 rpm) 1298cc Ford Kent CrossflowOHV cast iron block engine. The 5-seat body is built from fibre glass and affixed to an H-frame chassis. The chassis has independent front suspension utilising coil springs and leaf springs on a live axle for the rear. Brake system is mono hyrolic system with disc in the front and drum in the rear. Hand brake, replaced between front seats, is mechanical. Brake lever connected by a cable to another lever at rear axle. Cluch system is cable. Gear box with cast iron block, is Ford type 2 model with manual trasmission. Steering system is rack and pinion

A1 MkII has been manufactured between 1972/4-1975/12 and 4.493 cars were produced.