A limousine produced by Hongqi from 1958 to 1983.
In 1958 the CA770 became China's first domestically-produced car. It was used primarily by high-ranking members of China's Communist Party.
The car was powered by a 5.7L V8 engine and had a 2-speed manual transmission.
As a model name, CA770 refers to:
C refers to China
A refers to First Automobile Works
7 is the chassis designation
7 is for 7 seats
0 is body designation (limousine, in this case)
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