Leyland Force 7 Leyland P76 wagon prototype Although development had started much earlier the Force 7 coup was announced in 1974 but eventually only 10 preproduction coups survived. The Home on the Range Force 7 belongs to the Petty family of Perth, the original owners of the car who purchased it from the auction back in 1975.
This car has Imperial Leather interior and is a 4 speed manual, this is also the car that appeared on the cover of the August 1974 Wheels Magazine Leyland crushed all the other Force 7's because they thought that by only having a few survive they would get a lot more for the 8 that they would auction.
They were hoping to get between 3040k each for them which is an enormous amount of money considering a Targa with The Force 7 was a sporty hatchback with a huge load area and fold down rear seat.
All but 10 of the coupes were scrapped when Leyland Australia folded. The others were stripped of their mechanical components and the body shells were destroyed.
Finally the 8 remaining" Force 7's" went to auction in Sydney on Tuesday September 9th 1975. British Leyland advertised the auction in the international press and at all the Australian motor shows hoping to attract buyers with large pockets. Force 7 This is the base model which would have equated to a more optioned up P76 Sedan.
Basically a six cylinder engine and three on the tree. Leyland however provided a large number of Although station wagon and" Force 7" coup Production Figures provided by James Mentiplay and the Leyland P76 Owners Club of WA. References Notes Bibliography Books Scientific Publications' workshop manual series, no.
141. Sydney: Scientific Publications. 1974. This article on the Leyland Force 7V was originally published in the November 2011 issue of Street Machine MEET the Leyland Force 7 its stylish, in an offbeat kind of way, practical, fast and the mother of all what ifs.
Get Behind the Wheel of the Leyland Force 7 with Road Tests, Car Reviews, Specifications, Test Drives and More Close. Home; Search Car Manuals Performance Parts This website proudly supported by: Leyland's brilliant Force 7V ran the P76 V8 mechanicals Find great deals on eBay for leyland force 7. Shop with confidence. Leyland Force 7, 1974. Designed by Giovanni Michelotti for British Leylands illfated subsidiary, the Force 7 was a large hatchback coup very of the BuickRover V8powered Leyland P76.
By the time the Force 7 was announced Leyland Australia was facing bankruptcy and only 10preproduction models were ever produced. Its Australia Day so going to post a few Australian cars which didnt Buy Leyland 272 Tractor manuals and get Free Shipping.
OEM Parts, Owners, Service and Repair Manuals are available. Leyland Force 7 Owners. Let us highlight the Leyland Australia Force 7 V Coupe Only 10 of these machine are known to exist.
One of these cars was sent to the Leyland UK for testing. The car remains in the UK today in private hands. This car has Imperial Leather interior and is a 4 speed manual, this is also the car that appeared on the Oct 31, 2014 Leyland had planned to offer a sports package for the Force 7, that would have upped the kW by around 40 (or a little over 53HP) to about 185 kW (or around 250 HP).
This boost would have given the Force 7 a real point of difference mechanically from the P76 sedan and could have improved its sporty street cred. Get Behind the Wheel of the Leyland Force 7 with Road Tests, Car Reviews, Specifications, Test Drives and More