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1968 Ford Cortina Mk II Savage Race Car for Sale
Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1968-ford-cortina-gt-racecar/ to see this 1968 Ford Cortina Mk II Savage Essex Race Car for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma California. This 1968 Ford Cortina Mk II Savage Essex Race Car is nicely built, never tracked and ready to race. Powered by a Ford Scorpio 2.9L V6 24V Cosworth Engine with Cosworth Head producing over 300HP, shifting via a 5 speed gearbox. Jaguar MkII 3.54 ratio power-lock differential; two sets of Revolution wheels; 15x8 with 4" offsets. Disc brakes all around, front and rear 2 inch shortened springs. Take a look at the full description as well as photo slide show at the link above and then give me a call to get your hands on this fun vintage racing automobile. Donn Dabney 707-332-8331 http://youtu.be/m-lr7-gapKQ





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a true bilt not bought car full bare shell rebuild. 95% compleated car built by my dad.





A Reputable and Lavish Ford Cortina Mk2 1600E with Just 64,346 Miles From New - SOLD!
SOLD - SIMILAR REQUIRED CALL 01733 425140 A reputable and lavish Ford Cortina Mk2 1600E with just 64,346 miles from new. EQUIPMENT Steel integral construction, safety glass all round, zero torque anti-burst locks, air extraction vents, safety styled door handles/window winders, twin-tone horns, sealed beam headlamps, front circular driving lamps, twin reversing lamps, spare wheel cover, wooden fascia and upper door cappings, fully reclining front bucket seats, bucket style rear seating with fold down armrest, padded dashtop, safety passenger vanity mirror, four pod central gauge cluster comprising, oil pressure, fuel gauge, engine temperature, ammeter. Seat belt stowage points, cigar lighter, branded aluminium scuff plates, 3-spoke sports steering wheel, extra sound insulation, electric clock. EXTERIOR This beautiful 1600E is finished in Ford Ermine White (code BA) and boasts a pure bright shine. There is evidence of remedial paintwork having been completed throughout the car in order to maintain the high standard of finish. There is however an isolated area to the bottom of each front wing where the paint has started to lift, visible upon very close inspection only. The paint is crazed along the seam joining the front wings to the scuttle panel. This example is incredibly sound structurally with no evidence of weld repairs to the underside and none being required. The exterior trim, bumpers and extra 1600E ornamentation is intact and in excellent order, aside from very minor pitting to the chrome work on the bumpers and slight dulling to the headlamps surrounds. All glass areas and lights are in excellent order, including the twin reversing lamps standard only on the 1600E model. Collectively a hugely commendable classic Ford exterior, with the added desirable 1600E kudos. INTERIOR The interior of this classic Cortina is truly awe-inspiring. The sculptured front and rear bucket seats are trimmed in black PVC (code B635) and remain in remarkable condition with no wear to the coverings. The seats have retained all integrity and shape, as have the matching door cards. The real walnut fascia and door cappings are in excellent order, aside from very negligible age related wear to the upper surface of the door cappings. All gauges housed in the stunning fascia are clear and fully operational, as are all other interior functions and controls. Replacement carpeting has been added and freshen up the overall interior feel, however the carpeting joins underneath the seats are not perfect, but do not detract at all from the impressive cabin offered with this example. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 1600E is fitted with the high performance version of the 1600cc cross flow engine with a higher compression ratio so producing 93bhp at 5400rpm. This gives a top speed of 96mph and 0-60 in 11.8 seconds. A full engine rebuild has been carried out including conversion to use unleaded fuel. The 4-speed transmission has a light short shift action. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The 5 ½ inch rim styled wheels with painted rims and chromed spiders are in used condition and are shod in 165 SR13 tyres. The hydraulically operated and servo assisted brakes stop the car safely offering driver confidence. HISTORY FILE Photographic documentation of a body restoration and engine rebuild will offer the next owner of this executive Cortina assurance of a sound, usable example. The vehicle has had seven former keepers and comes with various invoices and old MOT records. The vehicle was sold by KGF Classic Cars in July 2013 to avid classic car collector Mr D Conway where it has formed part of an extensive collection. Mr Conway's enthusiasm for classic cars never falters, and his desire to sporadically refresh his fleet has given KGF Classic Cars the privileged task of finding a new keeper for this fantastic Ford Cortina. Tax exempt, HPI Clear, Approved Used Car Check Certificate. Thinking of selling? Our proven commission sale or SOR (Sale or Return) program is a great way to utilise and access our professional services and facilities while still maximising the return from your vehicle with minimal hassle, stress and time, If you’d like to take advantage of this then please get in touch for further information. Alternatively If you’d like to move your vehicle on quickly and efficiently with minimal delay then we can make an offer on an outright purchase basis with payment and collection arranged soon after.





Auction of 1963 Lotus Cortina 8515 UN
This Lotus Cortina was offered on Thursday 22 March 2012, by Dorset Vintage & Classic Auctions (http://www.dvca.co.uk/) at The Gartell Light Railway, Common Lane, Yenston, Templecombe, Somerset, BA8 0NB. Part of the sales brochure reads : "...this rare, early 'Extra Special Equipment' example was originally raced by Ford Main Dealers Messrs Francis Garage Ltd of Colwyn Bay, who were the first registered owners of the motor car. The Lotus Cortina was then purchased by the current custodian's uncle, who became the car's second owner. His wife found the competition clutch too heavy, so sold the Lotus Cortina to his brother, who in turn allowed his son (the current custodian) to learn to drive and ultimately pass his test in it. 8515 UN was dry stored from 1971 until it was inherited by the current owner, who moved the motor car into his own workshops. In 2001, the decision was made to carry out a brief, light renovation of the Lotus Cortina. However, as is usually the case with these situations, the light renovation turned into a major restoration which took four years; even the nuts and bolts were carefully cleaned with a toothbrush for originality...! We are told that the body was completely refurbished and the engine rebuilt; the gearbox and drive train were stripped and checked, and the steering was overhauled. The interior front seats were reupholstered (the rear seat remains in excellent condition), and a new headlining and carpets were fitted. The instruments and switches were all original and working, so did not require attention at the time, but at present the rev counter does not return to zero and the temperature gauge will require a new capillary tube. We are assured that the radiator has been replaced and a new battery fitted. At present, the motor car is fitted with Minilite road wheels, but the original steel wheels will be supplied with the motor car, together with some spare parts. Regrettably, the front quarter bumpers and brackets are missing. 8515 UN has been enjoyed since the restoration was completed in 2005. Regrettably, it has now become available due to health reasons. Documentation in the file includes the original RF60 registration book, the V5C registration certificate, invoices, photographs, correspondence, various workshop manuals, a Lotus Cars Ltd spare parts list and a quantity of MOT test certificates (including the current, which expires 28.2.2013), together with a Shell lubrication wallet, containing the running costs of the Lotus Cortina from 10.2.1967 until 10.9.1967. A rare opportunity to purchase an exceptional motor car, which has been in the current family ownership for forty-six years." Hammer price was £42,500 plus buyer's premium (plus VAT).





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1968 Ford Cortina 1600e , 2,0ltr Zetec
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FORD TC XLE V8 CORTINA ( RNUMUK ) CRUISING AND SMALL BURNOUTS
FORD TC XLE V8 CORTINA ( RNUMUK ) CRUISING AND SMALL BURNOUTS. WISH I STILL HAD THE CAR...HAHA...OH WELL...THANKS FOR LOOKING... SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL... MORE VIDEOS TO COME





Ford Lotus Cortina - Fifth Gear Legends
Graham gets behind the wheel of a sixties icon as he tells the story of the Ford Lotus Cortina and explains why it's one of our favourite fast saloon cars of all time.





Ford Fair Show 2010 - Silverstone
Ford Fair 2010 at Silverstone Circuit is Europe's biggest Ford Festival. As Performance Direct Insurance will be exhibiting at a range of Motor Shows in 2010 I was sent along to film a video report. There was some fantastic track action, a Classic Ford drifting demo and some awesome stunt driving. Amongst the Ford Car Club displays were over 3500 Ford cars on display ranging from immaculate restored classics to the latest performance Ford and modified Ford cars with plenty of Cosworth powered Fords to see. The concours had a high standard of vehicles on display ranging from Ford Escort, Fiesta, Capri, Sierra, Sapphire, Cosworth, Mondeo, Focus and many Classic Ford's too.





MK2 Lotus Cortina.
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1968 Ford Cortina 1600GT
This is a Ford Cortina 1600GT, 1968, restored by Hans Olai Haugerud, Norway





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