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[[Image:Ford Transit as minibus 1972.jpg|thumb|left|Mark I (UK numbering) Ford Transit Minibus post-facelift]]
 
[[Image:Ford Transit as minibus 1972.jpg|thumb|left|Mark I (UK numbering) Ford Transit Minibus post-facelift]]
 
[[File:Ice Cream Truck Sydney Australia - crop.png|thumb|left| Ford Transit [[Ice cream van]] with the restyled longer bonnet]]
 
[[File:Ice Cream Truck Sydney Australia - crop.png|thumb|left| Ford Transit [[Ice cream van]] with the restyled longer bonnet]]
[[File:Ford Transit Camper van - MVM 850P at Scorton NY 09 - IMG 2288.jpg|thumb|left|Ford Transit Camper van]]
 
 
;UK "Mark 1"; Germany "Second generation"
 
;UK "Mark 1"; Germany "Second generation"
 
The first Ford Transit proper was introduced in October 1965, 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 as demand outstripped the capability of the plant, production was moved to Southampton, where it has remained ever since. Transits have also been produced in Ford's Genk factory in Belgium and also Turkey. The Transit is also produced in [[China]] for the Chinese domestic market.
 
The first Ford Transit proper was introduced in October 1965, 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 as demand outstripped the capability of the plant, production was moved to Southampton, where it has remained ever since. Transits have also been produced in Ford's Genk factory in Belgium and also Turkey. The Transit is also produced in [[China]] for the Chinese domestic market.
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