Rob Campese's CV Performance 'BWARND' Pro Street Ford Cortina carries the wheels at Calder Park and runs it out the back end for an easy pass at over 190mph.
Pro Street Shootout APSA
Both Pro Street Blown and Un-Blown classes qualifying at the APSA FUCHS
Shootout held at Calder Park Raceway.
Ford Cortina V8 twin turbo wins MSB - ProFab / Dandy Engines
ProFab Motorsport Fabrications Joe Gauci has taken out the Modified Street
Blown class at the APSA Pro Street Shootout at Sydney Dragway. The Ford
Cortina is powered by a Dandy Engines twin turbo 372ci small block Windsor V8 engine.
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Music: Severed Fifth
1965 Ford Cortina GT MK1
• Rarely Seen European MKI Ford Cortina GT!
• Incredible Restoration!
• 1.5L OHV Kent 4 Cylinder!
• Manual Transmission
The Ford Cortina is a car built by Ford of Britain in various guises from
1962 to 1982, and was the United Kingdom's best-selling car of the 1970s.
The Cortina was produced in five generations (Mark I through to Mark V,
although officially the last one was called the Cortina 80) from 1962 until
MotoeXotica Classic Cars is thrilled to offer a rarely seen Ford from all
the way across the Pond! This 1965 Ford Cortina GT comes to us from a
prominent, private collection and has benefitted from an incredible, nut &
bolt restoration. This is one of the coolest European cars we've had in our
showroom in a long time and it's well worth a good look!
Finished in Monaco Red, the paint is in absolutely breathtaking condition.
We are hard pressed to find imperfections to the paint or even the body.
The body is extremely straight and solid. The chrome and bright work is
also in excellent condition. This Cortina shows very well and is sure to
turn heads, not only because it's so incredibly restored but also because
it's very rare that one sees a Cortina GT out and about!
The interior is very clean and simple. The black upholstery is in beautiful
condition and you will notice that there are late racing seats installed.
The carpet, door panels and headliner are all in comparable condition. The
color matched dashboard and dash pad are in wonderful condition, showing no
signs of fading or cracking. The dashboard houses a set of Auto Meter
Phantom gauges (Oil Pressure, Water Temperature, Fuel Level, Voltage) and
the original Ford Cortina speedometer and tachometer. These all look
awesome. There is also an aftermarket AM/FM/CD player as well.
Under the hood, you'll find that the engine bay is fresh and tidy. The
later model Mark II 1600, overhead valve, Kent 4-cylinder (casting #681F
6015DA) starts up easily and runs excellent! Upon the engine is what
appears to be an original two barrel carburetor and headers. The main
wiring harness has also been cleaned up by a Painless Performance kit.
Matched to the engine is a manual transmission, making this Cortina a blast
to drive! It has power front disc brakes and it sits upon a set of 13"
8-spoke, gunmetal Midland Wheels wrapped in a set of new 185/60R13 tires
that look great.
It's already very hard to find a Cortina GT; it's MUCH harder to find one
in condition such as this! The VIN is 3A77EG79301 and the mileage currently
shows 86,219. It is being sold on a clean and clear title. GET OUT AND
Ford Cortina Mk3 -'Swampy' goes home.
My car had same owners for 40 years, bought brand new from Doe Motors,
Maldon, Essex by Neil Herbert Renwick and shared by his brother, Grahame
and mother, Sylvia Renwick.Ford Cortina Mk3 GXL restoration final video.
This is the film were I take the car back to its orginal owners to show the
final restoration. 500+ miles round trip. The film also includes the
Battlesbridge classic car show. 27-28th September 2014.
Lotus Cortina Mk1 Onboard - Saturday Race, VRG Turkey Bowl 2012
Green flag drops at about 3:40! Check out my channel's other racing videos
This is my second race of the weekend in my 1965 Lotus Cortina Mk1. I
arrived to the grid late, so I had a lot of work to do to work through
traffic. It was a lot of fun, and I advanced from 15th to 1st!
Ford XR6 turbo - EJZ747
The Aussie built Ford Falcon FG 4L turbo
is one of the best bang for buck vehicles ever made. Ejz's runs 10s with
ease thanks for a few bolt on mods including a Garrett GTX3582R turbo, AVO Intercooler, Herrod pipes, stock air
box and E85 fuel. Power drives through a Powerglide transmission to 275 ET
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Calder Park, Australia ~ June 13th 2014
Wreck Rescue - Ford Capri (Part 1)
Buy @ http://www.markevans.co.uk/acatalog/Wreck_Rescue_DVD.html
Part 2: http://youtu.be/tdzXDdp2vuY
Wreck Rescue [Episode 3] - 1972 Mk1 Ford Capri
Outlaw Radial V8 turbo Ford XW - Dandy Engines
Steve Bezzina's Ford Fairmont XW competing at the APSA Pro Street Shootout
at Willwbank Raceway. The car is powered by a Dandy Engines 435ci Windsor
V8 and Boosted by a Precision turbocharger and Big Stuff fuel injection
system through 275 Street Radials. The car weighs just on 3700Ibs. [
Pro Street Shootout, Willowbank Raceway, Queensland, Australia, March 23rd
1969 Chevelle Twin-Turbo 540 Big-Block V8
This is, without a doubt, one of the most wicked Chevelle's you will ever
come across. This pro touring beast is powered by an all-aluminum 540
Big-block Chevy, with twin 76 mm turbos
and a Nelson Racing billet intake with 16 injectors. It's riding on a
Roadster Shop chassis, with Detroit Speed suspension components, front and
rear. The car was fabricated and assembled by Mike Gamble, of Gamble's
Street Rods. John's Auto Body did all the custom body work and sprayed the
2010 Dodge Viper Graphite paint. Tracy, from the Recovery Room, completed
the full custom interior. The car also has an ISIS wiring system and MiMod
touch screen, which allows control of most vehicle functions. The car is
currently being sold at Gateway Classic Cars in O'Fallon, IL. This truly
is a one-of-a-kind work of automotive art. I hope you find it interesting,
thanks for watching!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars in O'Fallon, IL
The Background track is The Descent, by Kevin MacLeod of Incompetech.com.
It is available, royalty-free, under Creative Commons unported license 3.0.
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