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#21

This one also is quite good at “not looking like a Mini” which as we were discussing before is a hard thing with this body.


#22

Agreed. I don’t really see mini in this one either. It’s got a bit of an Austin/Hillman feel?


#23

i tried to make a mini look like an old merc, it was kinda scruffy but i did win sedan of the year in 1957


#24

1964 Model 5 (Cargostar & Squadstar)

No changes to the sheetmetal for 1964 but the Mk III Cargostar and Squadstar had major changes under the skin. The first major change is the shift to L-FWD. Back to back tests with a RWD Haulage proved that the L-FWD configuration was easier and safer to drive, boosting driver confidence, while the load carrying capacity was undiminished. The two variants also separated from each other a little further with the Cargostar maintaining a manual gearbox while the Squadstar received a three speed auto. The Cargostar’s suspension was left fundamentally unchanged while the Squadstar gained progressive springs and an overall less unforgiving re-tune.

1964 Cargostar

Cargostar
Now even more van-like!

Cargostar

  • Low cost delivery vehicle, standard trim, 2 seats
  • 60Kw 4 cylinder, Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,185
  • Service costs: $74 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.5 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.15 sec
  • Top speed: 144 Km/h

1964 Squadstar

Squadstar
Now even less van-like!

Squadstar

  • Budget people mover, basic trim, 7 seats
  • 60Kw 4 cylinder, Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,390
  • Service costs: $71 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 16.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.25 sec
  • Top speed: 115 Km/h

The Mk III Model 5 is intended to continue to maintain sales volumes for Bogliq USA and ensure that Bogliq has a finger in as many pies as possible! The Mk III Model 5 is also part of the production feasibility studies being conducted for a factory in Brazil to export throughout Latin America.


#25

1964 Model 6 (Overlander)

The suite of changes to the Mk II Overlander were a step in the right direction but didn’t go far enough. The Mk III solves these niggling concerns by re-positioning the Overlander as a Heavy duty, Utility vehicle and installing a larger, more powerful, V6 engine.

1964 Overlander Engage


Small but very capable when there are no roads.

Engage

  • SWB workhorse, basic trim, 2+3 seats
  • 79Kw V6, 4x4 Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,735
  • Service costs: $70 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.39 sec
  • Top speed: 136 Km/h

1964 Overlander Entrance


Larger than it’s sibling but is just as capable off-road

Entrance

  • LWB workhorse, basic trim, 2+3 seats
  • 93Kw V6, 4x4 Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,815
  • Service costs: $74 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.75 sec
  • Top speed: 153 Km/h

The Mk III Model 6 was re-positioned so that it would better suit mining, oil exploration and light military duties throughout the globe. Domestically, the Mk III Model 6 was expected to appeal to ranchers, oilmen and hardcore offroaders.


#26

Watch out, the milkman is coming!


#27

1964 Model 7 (Mutineer)

For the 1964 model year, the Mk II Model 7 received a range of drivetrain changes and refreshes to better tailor the model range to the target market. The small capacity V6 has been joined by a 2L four cylinder, a larger capacity V6 and the midsize V8 from the Maverick. The Mk II Mutineer also gets the option of a three speed automatic on all models.

Each trim level can have any engine choice and the choice of either 4 spd manual or 3 spd auto, as well as a choice of two or four door sedan or a five door wagon.

1964 Mutineer Engage

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Low cost price leader for basic driving duties

Engage

  • Entry level price leader, basic trim, 5 seats
  • 60Kw L4, 4 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,335
  • Service costs: $54 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.1 sec
  • Top speed: 149 Km/h

1964 Mutineer Entrance

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2.4L V6 transforms the performance of this middle class family sedan

Entrance

  • Value for money family spec, Standard trim, 5 seats
  • 75Kw V6, 4 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,450
  • Service costs: $84 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.8L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.15 sec
  • Top speed: 167 Km/h

1964 Mutineer Entice

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Perfect for one-upping your neighbour!

Entice

  • Quasi-luxury value added spec, Premium trim, 5 seats
  • 84Kw V6, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,690
  • Service costs: $115 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.75 sec
  • Top speed: 161 Km/h

1964 Mutineer Enthuse

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Street wise bad boy with a heart of gold…

Enthuse

  • High performance street race spec, Premium trim, 4 seats
  • 130Kw V8, 4 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,160
  • Service costs: $153 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.62 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.9 sec
  • Top speed: 200 Km/h

1964 Mutineer Empower

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The middle managers weapon of choice!

Empower

  • High performance luxury spec saloon, Luxury trim, 4 seats
  • 141Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,530
  • Service costs: $176 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.43 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.23 sec
  • Top speed: 187 Km/h

The Mutineer is considered by Bogliq USA to be it’s bread and butter model. The Mk II has been tweaked and refined to keep the Model 7 fresh in the minds of the American public and it is expected to do well against the competition.

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#28

1964 Model 8 (Maverick)

The Mk II version of the Model 8 was little changed from the Mk I. The Gamma V8’s were refreshed and enhanced, with the high compression 98RON motors dropped, but little else was changed other than detail trim adjustments and tuning. The largest change was the addition of magnesium wheels on the Empower and Enthuse trims, which was due to Bogliq developing a variant of their performance rim that was rated to handle the Model 9’s formidable weight.

1964 Maverick Engage, Entrance & Entice

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Need lots of shoulder room and personal space? Maverick’s got you covered!

Engage

  • Entry level saloon, Basic trim, 5 seats
  • 130Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,275
  • Service costs: $122 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.55 sec
  • Top speed: 181 Km/h

Entrance

  • Family spec saloon, Standard trim, 5 seats
  • 130Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,375
  • Service costs: $147 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.55 sec
  • Top speed: 182 Km/h

Entice

  • Value added premium spec saloon, Premium trim, 5 seats
  • 130Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,515
  • Service costs: $161 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.55 sec
  • Top speed: 183 Km/h

1964 Maverick Empower

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For when you need to display to all watching that you’re wealthier than some 3rd World countries!

Empower

  • Luxury Saloon, Luxury trim, 4 seats
  • 141Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,900
  • Service costs: $179 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 24.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.83 sec
  • Top speed: 188 Km/h

1964 Maverick Enthuse

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The car of choice for tin-pot dictators everywhere!

Enthuse

  • Luxury convertible saloon, Luxury trim, 4 seats
  • 141Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,580
  • Service costs: $187 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 26.4L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.91 sec
  • Top speed: 187 Km/h

The Mk II Model 8 was intended to maintain Bogliq’s presence in the large luxury market without letting sales slip to the competition. Although the Model 8 had lost its place as the halo car in the Bogliq stable, it would still be seen as an aspirational purchase by some members of the public, therefore the Mk II Model 8 was designed to ensure that the ownership experience would live up to the purchasers expectations.


#29

1964 Model 9 (Nihilist)

The 1961 Model 9 was a smash hit for Bogliq USA. Every newspaper in the land ran articles about the great new homegrown sports coupe sticking it to the old money from Europe and, while not a massive sales hit in itself, the foot traffic generated by the Model 9 saw many more Bogliq’s sold than usual. Therefore Bogliq sought to widen the appeal of the Model 9 with a Mk II revision, but not throw the baby out with the bath water with a wholesale redesign.

This meant that the Mk II had big shoes to fill. The “Enhance but don’t Erase” motto resulted in the range being expanded to three distinct models; the Entice, Enthuse and the Empower. The Entice was a new model which introduced a 92RON 4.6L Gamma V8 that was designed to appeal to richer rural and semi-rural customers who had only access to lower quality fuel. The Enthuse was the same spec as the Entice except it received a high compression 4.6L Gamma V8 for improved performance. The Empower debuted the first application of Bog-jet Fuel Injection; a mechanical, air pressure metering, fuel injection system that used less fuel, with improved throttle response, than a regular carburettor while improving fuel efficiency, reliability and outright performance.

The Mk II Model 9 had truly earnt its place as the halo model of the Bogliq model range!

1964 Nihilist Entice & Enthuse

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European style…

Entice

  • Premium spec sports coupe, Premium trim, 2 seats
  • 141Kw V8, 4 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,470
  • Service costs: $158 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.03 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.31 sec
  • Top speed: 188 Km/h

Enthuse

  • Premium spec sports coupe, Premium trim, 2 seats
  • 169Kw V8, 4 spd Manual Gearbox, Requires 98RON
  • Price when new: $2,540
  • Service costs: $163 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.66 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.94 sec
  • Top speed: 197 Km/h

1964 Nihilist Empower

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…American Heart!

Empower

  • High performance Luxury GT, Luxury trim, 2 seats
  • 185Kw V8, 4 spd Manual Gearbox, Requires 98RON
  • Price when new: $3,130
  • Service costs: $204 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.43 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.82 sec
  • Top speed: 214 Km/h

The Mk II Model 9 was designed to maintain the image of the Nihilist as THE sports car for the genuine American gentleman while pushing the boundaries of technological advancement. The Mk II Model 9 would achieve this by being beautiful to look at, fun to drive and available in a spec level to suit everyone. The Mk II Model 9 may be less intense than the Mk I but it was all the better for it as many more customers would choose the Mk II as their weapon of choice.

Due to this early car’s success, the Nihilist would remain as the flagship of Bogliq USA’s model range, showcasing new tech and gracing teenage boys walls as glossy posters.

Tl;dr: The Mk II Model 9 is awesome! (at least to me, lol)


#30

1969 Model 10 (Zealot)

By 1968 the Model 4 had reached the end of its life. Sure, the performance wasn’t too slow and it was great on gas, but the interior was outdated and cramped and the design was old hat alongside fresh new competitors. Therefore the Model 10 was a breath of fresh air when it was launched in 1969.

Featuring a stylish new look and larger dimensions, the Model 10 was built to provide similar fuel economy than the Model 4 but with a better interior and superior performance. The Model 10 would also debut, alongside the rest of the range, a similar strategy used when the Model 2 was first introduced. Since the Gamma line of engines were now over a decade old, a new engine family were in development. But, until then, the Gamma range is now backed by a five speed manual gearbox across all models. This is expected to improve fuel economy and driver pleasure over the old four speed unit. Other model wide enhancements include: Double wishbone front suspension, integrated roof aerial and four wheel disc brakes.

1969 Zealot Engage

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Base model is easy on the wallet and at the bowser

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, basic trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 45Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,330
  • Service costs: $64 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 10.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 15.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.86 sec
  • Top speed: 135 Km/h

1969 Zealot Entrance

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More money brings more creature comforts and performance

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, Standard trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 54Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,455
  • Service costs: $95 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.9 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.91 sec
  • Top speed: 146 Km/h

1969 Zealot Entice

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Soft ride and premium paint help the Entice to stand out

Engage

  • Value added premium spec, Premium trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 64Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,665
  • Service costs: $107 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 11.8 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.42 sec
  • Top speed: 153 Km/h

1969 Zealot Enthuse

Zealot%20Enthuse
Three door body helps save weight and improve visual impact

Enthuse

  • Eager to drive club racer, Premium trim/ basic radio, 4 seats
  • 80Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,760
  • Service costs: $111 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 15.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.86 sec
  • Top speed: 170 Km/h

With a renewed focus on handling and performance the Model 10 should be able to maintain a strong presence in the small car market. However with the recent proliferation of small car competitors, the Model 10 will have its work cut out for it…


#31

Model 5 (Cargostar, Squadstar)

Little more than a facelift and a mechanicals refresh for the hardworking duo. They both score the new 5 speed manual gearbox and Squadstar scores an extra seat. But fundamentally things are business as usual…

1969 Cargostar

Cargostar
America’s favourite box-on-wheels!

Cargostar

  • Low cost delivery vehicle, Standard trim/ No radio, 2 seats
  • 64Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,455
  • Service costs: $88 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 12.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.67 sec
  • Top speed: 164 Km/h

1969 Squadstar

Squadstar
America’s favourite sardine can now has room for one more sardine!

Squadstar

  • Budget people mover, basic trim/ Standard radio, 8 seats
  • 64Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,560
  • Service costs: $70 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 18.91 sec
  • Top speed: 159 Km/h

Staple model of Bogliq Light Commercial, the Cargostar and Squadstar are expected to be on the shopping lists of those who make a living from such vehicles as well as the general public.


#32

Model 6 (Overlander)

As with the Model 5, the Model 6 has been subjected to detail changes and updates. But unlike the Model 5, the Model 6 scores a larger Gamma V6 as well as the 5 speed manual upgrade. All the changes have been aimed at keeping the Model 6 at the apex of the hardcore offroad market and, as such, drives like you’d expect on tarmac: Badly!

1969 Overlander Engage

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SWB offroader for going to places no-one else wants to go!

Engage

  • SWB workhorse, basic trim/ no radio, 2+3 seats
  • 89Kw V6, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,010
  • Service costs: $76 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 19L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 13.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.5 sec
  • Top speed: 153 Km/h

1969 Overlander Entrance

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For when you need more room than the SWB Engage can provide…

Entrance

  • LWB workhorse, basic trim/ no radio, 2+3 seats
  • 89Kw V6, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2010
  • Service costs: $75 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 19.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 15.5 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 21 sec
  • Top speed: 152 Km/h

The Mk IV Model 6 is intended to continue to appeal to the markets that the Mk III did. This truck is too focussed on off-road to give it mass market appeal, but to those who value that trait the Overlander will accomplish anything they ask of it.


#33

1969 Model 11 (Mutineer)

The Model 11 was introduced in 1969 to replace the well regarded, but average selling, Model 7. The Model 11 was designed to stay true to the Model 7’s lines but provide superior handling and interior room through careful design and engineering choices. Also the range of drivetrains were adjusted, with the 4 cylinder being dropped entirely, as the Model 10 needed marketing space and the under-engined Model 7’s were hard to shift by dealers.

1969 Mutineer Engage

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Base model now scores the 2.4L Gamma V6

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, Base trim/ Basic radio, 5 seats
  • 84Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,695
  • Service costs: $68 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.4 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.7 sec
  • Top speed: 173 Km/h

1969 Mutineer Entrance

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Wider tyres help cope with the wheelspin from the 3.4L Gamma V6

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, Standard trim/ Basic radio, 5 seats
  • 115Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,025
  • Service costs: $111 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 14.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.23 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.26 sec
  • Top speed: 189 Km/h

1969 Mutineer Entice

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Street cred much improved by the 4.6L midsize Gamma V8

Entice

  • Value added up-spec family car, Premium trim/ Standard radio, 5 seats
  • 147Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,370
  • Service costs: $135 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.7 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.39 sec
  • Top speed: 202 Km/h

1969 Mutineer Enthuse

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The Enthuse is the most visually distinct of the Mutineer trims

Enthuse

  • Four door street racer, Premium trim/ Standard radio, 4 seats
  • 195Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,755
  • Service costs: $172 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.7 sec
  • Top speed: 226 Km/h

1969 Mutineer Empower

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An iron fist in a velvet glove!

Empower

  • High performance luxury sedan, Luxury trim/ Luxury radio, 4 seats
  • 195Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,240
  • Service costs: $187 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.26 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.66 sec
  • Top speed: 219 Km/h

The Model 11 was expected to maintain a strong presence in the mid-size segment of the market without poaching from internal sales of either Zealot or Mutineer. With the recent proliferation of competitors for the Mutineer, maintenance of market share was seen internally at Bogliq USA to be a win…


#34

1969 Model 12 (Maverick)

The Model 8 Maverick was a bit of a conundrum for Bogliq dealers. As it was for the Model 3 Maverick, the Model 8 didn’t do anything that the smaller brother Mutineer couldn’t do and used more resources doing it. However, by 1969, the American public had developed a taste for excess and the new Model 12 was perfectly placed to reap the sales rewards of this trend.

The Model 12 didn’t have an engine smaller than 4L and, apart from a V6 in the Engage, was basically V8 exclusive. Despite the focus on bulk power, the Model 12 also received a high torque version of the new 5 speed manual in an attempt to tame the powertrains excessive penchant for fuel consumption.

1969 Maverick Engage

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Engage has the only Gamma V6 in the Maverick range

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, Standard trim/ Basic radio, 5 seats
  • 124Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,300
  • Service costs: $149 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 17.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 9.31 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.86 sec
  • Top speed: 196 Km/h

1969 Maverick Entrance

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While the Model 12 was physically large, the Model 12 was actually smaller than the Model 8 that preceded it!

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, Standard trim/ Standard radio, 5 seats
  • 147Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,395
  • Service costs: $159 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.35 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.39 sec
  • Top speed: 205 Km/h

1969 Maverick Entice

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Every middle managers dream ride!

Entice

  • Value added up-spec family car, Premium trim/ Standard radio, 5 seats
  • 162Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,830
  • Service costs: $188 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 8.82 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 16.5 sec
  • Top speed: 208 Km/h

1969 Maverick Enthuse

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The Drag racing family man’s weapon of choice

Enthuse

  • Four door street racer, Standard trim/ Standard radio, 5 seats
  • 242Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,375
  • Service costs: $222 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.07 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.47 sec
  • Top speed: 243 Km/h

1969 Maverick Empower

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Lower profile wheels are the main external differentiator with the Entice trim

Empower

  • High performance luxury sedan, Luxury trim/ Luxury radio, 4 seats
  • 242Kw V8, 3 spd Automatic Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,970
  • Service costs: $252 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 25.3L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.26 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.19 sec
  • Top speed: 234 Km/h

The sun is out, now is the time for the Model 12 to make hay! The Model 12 should sell well, as well as increase in general popularity, due to the broad range of powerful engines, the clean in-offensive styling and America’s love of the Road-trip.

1969 Model 12 (Coyote)

To take full advantage of the horsepower wars, Bogliq USA spun off the Model 12 base a lightweight coupe. This Model 12 coupe was intended to appeal to the more hardcore performance enthusiast, without poaching too many sales from the Nihilist…

1969 Coyote 460 Street

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Base spec Coyote provides bulk power for chump change!

460 Street

  • Entry level sports coupe, Standard trim/ Basic radio, 4 seats
  • 160Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,560
  • Service costs: $165 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 19.7L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.51 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.55 sec
  • Top speed: 213 Km/h

1969 Coyote 540 Super Street

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More money brings more power, and fun!

540 Super Street

  • Mid spec street racer, Standard trim/ Basic radio, 4 seats
  • 195Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,805
  • Service costs: $183 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.78 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.94 sec
  • Top speed: 226 Km/h

1969 Coyote 700 Action Express

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Bogliq USA’s elite unit in the horsepower wars!

700AE

  • Tyre shredding muscle car, Premium trim/ Basic radio, 4 seats
  • 242Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,380
  • Service costs: $219 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.07 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.35 sec
  • Top speed: 240 Km/h

It was expected that Coyote would attract cashed up young people looking for a car that matched their personality. Bogliq USA wanted to win the horsepower wars by appealing to buyers hearts as well as their heads and the Coyote was the main weapon in achieving this goal…

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#35

1969 Model 9 (Nihilist)

The Model 9 was refreshed in 1969 as the shape was still iconic and Bogliq USA didn’t want to taint their halo car too much with the muscle car paintbrush being applied to the rest of the range. A larger engine was fitted in an attempt to improve performance with out 98RON fuel but, due to engine bay constraints, the largest V8’s in the Powertrain inventory wouldn’t fit. This meant that, unlike the rest of the Bogliq fleet, the Nihilist Empower had to run on 98RON Super.

1969 Nihilist Entice

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Base model retains the 4.6L V8

Entice

  • Premium spec sports coupe, Premium trim/ Premium radio, 2 seats
  • 169Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,925
  • Service costs: $159 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 18.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.55 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.82 sec
  • Top speed: 209 Km/h

1969 Nihilist Enthuse

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New 5.4L V8 enhances straight line performance

Enthuse

  • Up-rated, Premium spec sports coupe, Premium trim/ Premium radio, 2 seats
  • 185Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,080
  • Service costs: $169 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 19.1L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.18 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.59 sec
  • Top speed: 214 Km/h

1969 Nihilist Empower

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Only 98RON Super powered car in the entire Bogliq range!

Empower

  • High performance luxury coupe, Luxury trim/ Luxury radio, 2 seats
  • 220Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,660
  • Service costs: $221 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 21.1L/100Km, 98RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 5.82 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 13.98 sec
  • Top speed: 224 Km/h

Although getting long in the tooth, the Mk III Model 9 was still a pretty car and still deserved its place at the apex of the Bogliq USA range. Two seater cars were less popular in 1969 than when the Nihilist was first conceived but, for the right buyer, the Nihilist still represented the pinnacle of the Grand Tourer aesthetic…


#36

Vision: Three - 300Km/h and Beyond!!!

Press Handout, Detroit Motor Show, Jan 1970

In the grand tradition of Vision: One and Vision: Two, Bogliq USA have released Vision: Three to be seen by the general public for the first time!

Vision: Three has one goal. Develop the technologies of the future so that people can safely achieve speeds of 300Km/h plus without their tyres de-laminating or their car overheating. Bogliq RnD is working closely with tyre company GoodBoye to develop tyres that can withstand the torture of constant high speed operation.

Other companies were partnered with to aid with the development of a new, efficient, power producing enhancement for automotive engines. Given the internal nickname of “Turbo”, these power adding devices don’t run off the engine itself. Rather they gather energy from the exhaust gasses, which drives a compressor, which feeds the engine extra air. Bogliq RnD is confident that all cars, a decade from now, will be powered up by “Turbo” devices!!!

Vision: Three is capable of a top speed of over 300Km/h and makes 400Kw from it’s 5L V8! That’s right, over double the power of any mainstream 5L V8 and faster than anything on the road today!

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1973 Model 5 (Cargostar, Squadstar)

For 1973 Bogliq USA converted their entire automotive portfolio over to the new 91RON unleaded standard. Since legislation was pending that would see the mandatory installation of anti pollution catalysers to the exhaust of new vehicles sold, Bogliq USA installed these “Catalytic Converters” as well. This resulted in a loss of power and fuel efficiency across the board.

The Model 5, being Bogliq’s oldest single continuous model was refreshed with a 2.3L Gamma four to attempt to counteract the loss of power and retained a two barrel carburettor to maintain daily driving reliability with simple maintenance requirements. Other than the installation of 5mph bumpers and adding of compliant lights and reflectors, the Model 5 is essentially unchanged…

1973 Cargostar

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Nothing to see here…

Cargostar

  • Low cost, light delivery vehicle, Standard trim/ no radio, 2 seats
  • 54Kw L4, 4 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,755
  • Service costs: $106 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 14.3L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14.2 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.75 sec
  • Top speed: 156 Km/h

1973 Squadstar

Squadstar
…Move along!

Squadstar

  • Budget people mover, Basic trim/ Standard radio, 6 seats
  • 54Kw L4, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,995
  • Service costs: $105 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 16.1L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 15.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 19.5 sec
  • Top speed: 154 Km/h

Another day, another dollar… The Model 5 is expected to continue its appeal as a value added business growth tool for Bogliq’s customers without causing as much harm to the air and roadside environment.


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1973 Model 6 (Overlander)

As per the rest of the range, Overlander received 91RON compliant engines and catalysts. Unlike the rest of the range, however, buyers could delete the Catalyst if they weren’t registering the vehicle. This would allow buyers in countries that still used lead additives to run that fuel without fear of damaging the catalyst.

Otherwise, the biggest news for Overlander was the addition of a pickup version of the LWB model. The Nomad variant was just as capable off-road as the two wagons but allowed for greater volumes of cargo to be carried by the operator.

1973 Overlander Engage

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SWB Overlander is the most fuel efficient model in the range

Engage

  • SWB workhorse, basic trim/ no radio, 2+3 seats
  • 70Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,335
  • Service costs: $85 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 21.9L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 15.8 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.41 sec
  • Top speed: 142 Km/h

1973 Overlander Entrance

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Can take five people just about anywhere, with all the supplies they’d need for a month!

Entrance

  • LWB workhorse, basic trim/ no radio, 2+3 seats
  • 82Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,485
  • Service costs: $93 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 24.7L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 16.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 21.16 sec
  • Top speed: 148 Km/h

1973 Overlander Nomad

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Can take two people just about anywhere, with all the supplies they’d need for six months!

Nomad

  • LWB utility workhorse, basic trim/ no radio, 2 seats
  • 82Kw V6, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,420
  • Service costs: $93 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 23.6L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 14.5 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.25 sec
  • Top speed: 149 Km/h

Overlander is a niche, yet important, model for Bogliq. The Overlander is the first Bogliq product most Third World countries will ever see, so the Overlander is engineered to be rugged, capable and reliable… So that when mainstream models eventually arrive, then the groundwork has been laid for successful penetration of that market.


#39

1973 Model 9 (Nihilist)

Perhaps the greatest affected of all the Bogliq products by the move to 91RON, the '73 restructure would see the temporary cessation of the Empower halo car as there was no suitably powerful engine to justify the badge. The front fascia was facelifted in compliance with the new lighting regulations and 5mph bumpers were installed on every model…

1973 Nihilist Entice

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New front fascia masks detuned 91RON compliant powerplant

Entice

  • Premium spec sports coupe, premium trim/ premium 8-track cassette deck, 2 seats
  • 151Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,870
  • Service costs: $191 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20.8L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 7.51 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 15.66 sec
  • Top speed: 196 Km/h

1973 Nihilist Enthuse

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Same classy rear end emits less pollution so your kids can breathe easier!

Enthuse

  • Up-rated premium spec sports coupe, premium trim/ premium 8-track cassette deck, 2 seats
  • 159Kw V8, 5 spd Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $3,980
  • Service costs: $198 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 20.8L/100Km, 91RON required
  • 0 -100 sprint: 6.66 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 14.94 sec
  • Top speed: 205 Km/h

The Model 9 Nihilist is getting old. The tight, stylish exterior translates to a cramped, narrow interior that hasn’t got room for the latest gadgets or stereo options. Nihilist will continue to sell on conservative, nostalgic grounds but will struggle against newer, fresher designed rivals. But without a viable replacement, Bogliq USA will continue to keep the Model 9 in circulation, “keeping the lights on”, until a bold young stylist can be found to build the next great Sportscar for America!


#40

1973 Model 10 (Zealot)

The 1969 debut of the Z215 shocked the designers and engineers at Bogliq USA. Not only was the car cheaper than all but the cheapest of the Model 10 range, the Z215 was better on fuel than most of the range as well! This meant that the requirement to convert the Model 10 exclusively to 91RON was fraught with risk.

In order to mitigate the effects of the 91RON switch, all Model 10 powerplants were converted to use a simplified version of Bog-jet Fuel Injection (BFI). This technology isn’t cheap and, alongside the extra costs of the anti pollution gear, meant that the price of the 1973 model 10’s would rise further! This would mean that the 1973 Model 10 would be forced to compete on intangibles; brand loyalty, familiarity and patriotism.

1973 Zealot Engage

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Higher pricetag is mitigated by more sophisticated styling

Engage

  • Base spec price leader, basic trim/ basic radio, 5 seats
  • 37Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,655
  • Service costs: $71 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 11.9L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 19 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 21 sec
  • Top speed: 130 Km/h

1973 Zealot Entrance

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Rear end styling is little changed from 1969

Entrance

  • Standard spec family car, standard trim/ standard radio, 5 seats
  • 46Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $1,830
  • Service costs: $110 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 12.6L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 16.4 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.41 sec
  • Top speed: 140 Km/h

1973 Zealot Entice

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Lots of premium paint and chrome to help justify the price hikes…

Entice

  • Value added premium spec, premium trim/ premium 8 track cassette player, 5 seats
  • 56Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,750
  • Service costs: $132 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 13.5L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 15.3 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 20.56 sec
  • Top speed: 149 Km/h

1973 Zealot Enthuse

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At least the Enthuse model still looks sporty…

Enthuse

  • Eager to drive club racer, premium trim/ basic radio, 4 seats
  • 74Kw 4 cylinder, 5 speed Manual Gearbox
  • Price when new: $2,180
  • Service costs: $142 per annum
  • Fuel economy: 16.2L/100Km
  • 0 -100 sprint: 10.1 sec
  • Quarter Mile: 17.47 sec
  • Top speed: 162 Km/h

The '73 Model 10 just had to hold the fort until more advanced, better performing, engines came online. The Bogliq management hoped that the American public would reward Bogliq USA for their good corporate behaviour in adopting the anti-pollution initiatives immediately, rather than stretching it out until the last minute.