See also Ford Zephyr 6 mk lll 1962 Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aa5f-qiwfRQ
Starting of six cylinder Ford Zephyr motor.Car has still Ford Taunus V6 motor, but is going to be replaced to it's own original, repaired motor.Car's body survived to these days almost in original condition.Located in Anttola,Finland.
CAR'S MADE IN DAGENHAM,ENGLAND
Ford Zephyrin moottorin käynnistys.Autossa vielä Taunuksen V6-kone,mutta tullaan vaihtamaan videossa esiintyvään auton alkuperäiseen koneeseen.
Music;The Last Shadow Puppets:The Meeting Place
Ford Zephyr 6 mk lll 1962 Part 2
Dagenhams Pride is on the road again!
Now blue Zephyrs' got its own original straight six cylinder motor instead
of previous terrible German-born Taunus V6 and is ready to test drive.
Without Exhaust pipes and clutch
pressure little bit missing,otherwise everything works quite well. Cars'
body is incredibly well survived in north-east Finland and its' hard
Who says that british steel rottens easily?This one's got very few welded
bits on its bottom. Zephyr tarinan
toisessa osassa Taunuksen V6 on heivattu pellolle ja alkuperäinen suora
kuutonen on jälleen ottanut paikan auton konehuoneessa.Omistajan mukaan
alkuperäinen kone on poistettu täysin aiheetta - luultu laakerivika
paljastui koneen palotilojen karstottumisen aiheuttamaksi
nakutukseksi.Autosta puuttuvat vielä pakoputket ja äänet ovat sen
mukaiset.Kori on alusta mukaanlukien hämmästyttävän hitsaamaton ja
Your Automatic Choice (Ford Zephyr & Zodiac) - 1961
It's tempting to think of automatic transmission as a modern invention, but
it isn't. This film, made by renowned film-maker Bill Mason, was
commissioned by Ford 50 years ago to promote the auto option they were
offering on the Zephyr and Zodiac range of cars. It gives a simple
explanation of how the auto-box works, and then gives a tutorial on how to
use it, finishing by asking "Who on earth wanted a third pedal anyway?"
Mark of Distinction (Ford Zephyr & Zodiac MkIV) - 1965
The Mk IV Zephyr/Zodiac range in 1965 was launched with this film, which
aimed to capture the mood of mid-sixties glamour and sophistication. The
film shows renowned silversmith Stuart Devlin at work in his London studio,
and draws comparison between his work and "the best of contemporary car
design" as can be seen in the new Zephyr/Zodiac range. It was the last Ford
to bear this name: its replacement 7 years later was named Granada.
MK11 FORD ZEPHYR CONSUL ZODIAC OWNERS CLUB Battlesbridge Classic Car Show Essex
Filmed by Geoff Stokes of www.brentwoodclassics.co.uk Geoff and I own a
1957 MK11 Zephyr Highline ourselves which is currently under restoration,
so we do have a genuine interest in the club. Two of the Consuls you see
here, were painted at Geoff's classic vehicle restoration garage in Essex.
Filmed 30th September 2012 at Battlesbridge 26th Grand Motorbilia Day in
Essex England. Please look at their websites for information on the many
events held here www.battlesbridge.com www.battlesbridge.com/events.php
SORRY OUR VIDEO IS SO NOISY, AS IT WAS A VERY WINDY DAY. WIND NOISE PLAYS
HAVOC WITH A VIDEO MICROPHONE!
Ural motorcycle 1952
Ural motorcycle 1952 Part 2
Ural motorcycle 1952 Part 3
Found.......Still in Melbourne and going strong.............
Street Machine Photo Shoot December 2008.............
Ex Owner: Sam Lombardo
Five Stars Ahead (Ford Anglia & Prefect) - 1952
This is the 1952 launch film for the new E100A Ford Anglia and Prefect
range. Shot in 35mm, this film has some lovely shots of Ford's design
studios, the factory at Dagenham, the prototypes undergoing testing, and
finishes with the new cars being used by delighted families. Filled with
optimism, this film captures the mood of motoring from the time, where the
country was emerging from the post-war gloom days and looking to a brighter