Variant name:5.0 V8 GT 2dr ,Derivative:GT ,Variant: 5.0 V8 GT 2dr Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr
FROZEN WHITE, 2KEYS, JAM SPORT 430, RS LEATHER INTERIOR, XENON HEADLIGHTS, KEYLESs GO, PUSH START, SONY DAB + CHANGER, 19" UNMARKED RS ALLOYS, BHP PRINT OUT, AIRTEC INTERCOOLER, AIRTEC C.A.I.S INLET PLENUIM, 1000cc INJECTORS, UPGRADED BOOST PIPE, H and R LOWERING SPRINGS, UPGRADED DOWNPIPE and DECAT PIPE, KMS EXHAUST SYSTEM, UPGRADED FUEL PUMP, HKS BOOST CONTROLLER, ENGINE CARBON EXTRAS, KSPORT BIG BRAKE CONVERSION, POLLY BUSHED ALL ROUND, HELIX 6 PADDLE CLUTCH KIT, CARBON INDCTION KIT, A REAL STUNNER!!!!
£18950 Built on the 22nd December 1965, this Mustang coupe was first registered to Fred Webber of Ventura California on the 28th January 1966, it stayed with the Webber’s until 1993 when it was sold to Kevin Darcy of Santa Paula California. Over a 18 year period Mr Darcy, maintained the car, and carried out some improvements detailed in the History file containing both ownership and service records, during this period of time, Mr Darcy also moved from California to New York, and it was in in 2012 that the car was sold and exported to the UK. From the invoice detail in the file the Mustang was recommissioned in the early 2000’s In overall good condition, being subject to an earlier restoration, the body is in very solid with indication of any rot or rust, aside from a very small paint blister, the interior is in very good condition, and the car performs very well on the road. With two only two documented owners in the USA, this is a well documented car, originally delivered to California, complete with original bill of sale from January 1966 and drivers handbook,together with service invoices confirming ownership and mileage. Original body colour of Springtime Yellow with original y
POA 1965 brought few changes for the Mustang. The biggest change was the availability of a new fastback model, which was to become the basis for Carroll Shelby's GT350. The 120 horsepower, 200 cid 6 cylinder engine replaced the 170 cid 6 cylinder, the 289-2V, 200 horsepower V-8 replaced the 260-2V, the 289-4V was upgraded to 225 horsepower, and the 289-4V hi-po remained unchanged. Other changes for the 1965 Mustang included: an alternator instead of a generator, relocation of the oil filler, integral power steering pump and reservoir (most 1964½'s had a remote mounted reservoir), a wire retaining ring was added to the gas cap, the horns were smaller and relocated, and the interior carpet was continued up the sides of the rocker panel and under the sill plate. A new interior option was added, the interior decor group (known as the pony interior), which featured special seat covers with running horses across the seat back, special interior door panes with integral arm rests and pistol grip door handles, five gauge instrument panel, woodgrain steering wheel, and woodgrain appliques on the instrument cluster, glovebox, and optionally on the centre console. Another Mustang option introd
£16950 Introduced in 1964, the 1966 model brought even fewer changes for the Mustang than did its predecessor. Most of the changes for 1966 were in the form of cosmetic refinements. A new grille which featured chrome edged, horizontal inserts, replaced the honeycomb grille of '65. The chrome bars that extended horizontally and vertically from the running horse were deleted on the 1966 Mustang's grille. A new three fingered rear quarter panel ornament was used. The lower rocker panel moulding became standard equipment, as did backup lights, and a chrome hood lip moulding. The fuel filler cap no longer included the plastic Mustang emblem insert found on the earlier models. On the inside, the Mustang was treated to standard five gauge instrumentation, and "woven" vinyl seat inserts. The choices of available interior colors and styles increased to thirty four varieties, giving the buyer even more ways to personalize "their" Mustang. Production increased to 607,568 units for 1966. Overall in good condition, with original blue interior, 290cu in engine, with Edelbrock headers and four barrel Edelbrock Weber carburettor In good condition Good condition original blue interior In good mecha
Type: Used Year: 2004 Make: FORD Model: MONDEO Trim: 3.0 V6 ST220 5dr  Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 110000 Engine Size: 2967 Ext Color: Blue
FOR SALE A very early production Ford Sierra Sapphire RS Cosworth with just 24,608 miles. EQUIPMENT Bodyside mouldings with black insert, polycarbonate bumpers, integral front air dam, heated front windscreen, electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors, tinted glass, homofocal headlights, headlamp wash/wipe, rear window aerial, colour coded rear spoiler, extended centre console, quartz digital clock, fascia light dimmer, graphic information module, map reading lamps, tilt and slide sunroof, central locking, front and rear electric windows, integral rear headrests, Electronic Sound System ECU2 with power amplifier. Dealer options; Security glass etching, Shurlock ED10 immobiliser system, Ford tailored carpet mats. EXTERIOR Launched to the UK market in January 1988, this Sapphire Cosworth was built in the first month of production, January 1988. Finished in original Ford Diamond White, (Code B3), the paint is preserved and boasts a bright shine and polished uniform finish. All factory panels are pin straight with linear gaps and even close scrutiny will struggle to discover anything other than miniscule markings. All exterior trim including the commonly misshapen front splitter is perfect and features such as Anthracite fog lamps surrounds denote an early 2WD example. The glass displays the original number and dots dated Securit etchings, and the original Carello headlamps remain fitted with other lenses showing Ford logo and ‘England’ lettering. Supplying dealer number plates, rear screen sticker and tax disc holder have been retained. Without question one of the best unrestored examples in existence. INTERIOR The factory standard interior of this truly special example is trimmed in the original Halley and Angora grey velour, (Code L). This trim arrangement being another denotation of the early 2WD production Sapphire Cosworths prior to the introduction of Shadow Halley/Raven velour and optional Raven Leather in February 1989. The supportive Recaro front seats are flawless with firm bolsters and tight coverings, commensurate with the very low mileage. A tiny amount of shrinkage to the driver’s door card can only just be seen. The instantly familiar driver inclined dashboard is perfect and completely free from any cracks, and the three spoke leather trimmed sports steering wheel and leather gear knob show natural veins. All functions and controls operate including the standard Sound ECU2 stereo system with power amplifier. A fantastic RS interior, the ultimate combination of sporting prowess and spacious executive luxury. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Fitted with the standard 1993cc Dual Over Head Cam (DOHC) engine with the Garrett AiResearch T.03B turbocharger and intercooler, the racing pedigree of this car is truly evident with performance figures quoted of 204bhp, 150mph top speed and 0-60 in just 6.1 seconds. The engine bay will fascinate originality seekers with factory panel stampings on the inner wings, front slam panel and bonnet underside. All stickers and plates remain intact including the service stickers on the intercooler, long since lost on most examples. The tough T5 manual transmission with 7.5 limited slip differential is direct and precise, just as you would expect from the low mileage covered. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES The factory fitted and unrestored 15 X 7 RS Sierra Cosworth ‘Lattice Style’ alloy wheels are remarkable with only minimal markings and one scratch to the offside front rim edge. The part numbers and raised stampings are prominent and show clear definition, a feature lost upon the usual refurbished items. Quality Dunlop SP Sport 205/50 R15 tyres with excellent tread are fitted all round, and the spare wheel is shod in the original unused Dunlop SP Sport D40 fitment. Diagonally split hydraulic brakes featuring anti-lock assistance and Teves four piston front callipers offer excellent stopping power to match the performance. HISTORY FILE Built at Ford’s Genk assembly plant in January 1988, the first month of Sapphire Cosworth production, this example was registered new on the 12th February 1988 by Ford Main Dealer and RS official agent, Charles King of Bedford. The first owner was a Mr Ronald Shepherd, proprietor of specialist’s RS Engineering in Buckinghamshire. An avid Ford RS enthusiast and expert, Mr Shepherd was determined to acquire a brand new Sapphire Cosworth and attended the launch party at Charles Wells Ford on the 11th February 1988 to secure his order. He even kept in the history file newspaper cuttings advertising the launch party and other articles covering the event afterwards! The new vehicle sales invoice made out to Mr Shepherd confirms the price paid of £19,300. The history file is fantastic and includes the original Charles King Ford A5 wallet with original service book, handbooks, guides and POS literature, and despite the incredibly low mileage, the service book contains nine stamped entries. The most recent entry in November 2017 with supporting invoice is from renowned Cosworth specialist Harvey Gibbs of Supreme Car Services whereby a service and brake overhaul was carried out. There is a documented timing belt change in 2015 at 23,844 miles. Completing the comprehensive history file is every MOT certificate completed from the first in 1991 to the current in November 2017 along with service invoices and receipts. Articles of this car covered in classic car publications, original sales brochure and two Ford keys with Charles Wells fob complete the history file. Representing an incredibly well-preserved example of what is now firmly established as collectable Ford RS product, KGF Classic Cars are privileged to offer this genuine 24,608 mile example ready for the next custodian. MOT November 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/2JT8_ehcejA To see a complete set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskxhCgD2 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
Type: Used Year: 1985 Make: FORD Model: CAPRI Trim: 2.0 LASER 3d 99 BHP, TIME WARP CLASSIC Body: Hatchback Trans: Manual Mileage: 47000 Engine Size: 1993 Ext Color: BLUE
FOR SALE An exceptional, very rare Rallye Sport Mk2 Ford Escort RS Mexico. EQUIPMENT Two circular halogen headlights, front air dam, rubberised tail spoiler, unique bodyside stripes, ‘Mexico’ decals, two black door mirrors, laminated windscreen, simulated leather covered sports steering wheel, hazard warning flashers, heated rear window, separate fuel, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, padded sun visors, two-speed heater, aeroflow ventilation with eye ball vents. Accessories: Classic 100BT radio. EXTERIOR The exterior of this iconic RS Mexico is simply beautiful. Finished in desirable Diamond White it has a stunning sheen and looks fabulous with all the black contrasting Mexico decals. The distinctive squared-up nose styling and front air dam has no stone chips and informs knowledgeable onlookers to the scarcity of this model only built between January 1976 and July 1978. All the trim is perfect, window rubbers are black and all decals are correct and present. The underside is body coloured and fully detailed for the show circuit. Photographs reveal the amazing work undertaken and no evidence of a colour change is visible despite be noted in 2012. Utterly gorgeous and a real show stopper. INTERIOR The interior of this RS Mexico offers simple sporting pleasure. The twin high back reclining Scheel front seats in Black fabric with head restraints and are perfectly clean and offer incredible support. The carpets, washable black headlining and door cards are all unmarked. All the gauges and warning lights function correctly with the ‘RS’ logo within the five white needle instrument cluster reminding the driver how special this Ford is. The padded dash has no cracks and the Ford Britax labels on the seatbelts remain attached as do the green BSI Approved stickers to the seatbelt buckles! Convenience features have been fitted such as the centre console, glovebox and Classic 100BT radio. The boot area is spotlessly clean. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION Visually identical from the same era and part of the ‘Pinto’ family, a 1993cc single overhead camshaft engine performs faultlessly and is a recognised period improvement to the 1593cc unit. Amazingly clean for those enjoying bonnet-up exhibiting. A top speed of 108mph and 0-60mph in 8.5 seconds can be expected. A standard 4-speed gearbox offers light, short and responsive changes. Delightful. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This stunning example is fitted with the standard Bright Silver painted RS Mexico steel 5.5x13in sculptured sports wheels in immaculate condition. Branded 185/60 R13 tyres are fitted with ample tread. Vacuum servo assisted front disc brakes and rear drum brakes pull the car up to a safe halt. HISTORY FILE With only around 2,500 Mk2 Ford Mexico’s made, (source Ford RS Owners Club), this car represents a rare breed! Positioned awkwardly in price and specification between a 1600 Sport and an RS2000 when new, the Mexico had a very short production run and therefore is now a highly sought after model amongst collectors. Supplied new on the 1st May 1977 this car has been owned by respected RS enthusiasts including the current Ford Escort RS2000 Registrar, Mr Alan Sherwood. His knowledge on the vehicle both in terms of the cars provenance and authenticity and some of the previous owners will help reassure any potential buyer. Photographs of the car prior to the cars full restoration and during the intensive works help explain why this example will be the pride of any collection. The vehicle is registered with the RS Owners Club. MOT Nov 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/4dZWBzDHx28 To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskxhd6Rp 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
About This Ford £44,995.00 Mileage : 0 Engine : 5.0lt Transmission : 6 Speed Manual Ext. Color : Int. Color : Black Doors : 2 Fuel : Petrol Stock# : Wheelbase : VIN : Model# : Details 412hp, Cervinis "Eleanor" Body Kit, Magnaflow Exhaust, 20" Wheels
FOR SALE An iconic, very rare Mk2 Ford Escort RS Mexico in spotless condition. EQUIPMENT Two circular halogen headlights, front air dam, rubberised tail spoiler, unique bodyside stripes, ‘Mexico’ decals, two black door mirrors, laminated windscreen, simulated leather covered sports steering wheel, hazard warning flashers, heated rear window, separate fuel, water temperature and oil pressure gauges, padded sun visors, two-speed heater, aeroflow ventilation with eye ball vents. Optional Equipment: Vinyl roof, alloy wheels. Accessories: Easysteer, Retrosound radio. EXTERIOR The exterior of this RS Mexico is stunning in every respect and not for the discreet! Finished in optional and striking Signal Green it has a deep, gloss shine which is amazing and an absolute pleasure to polish. An incredible photographic album revealing the painstaking works carried out to this former white example and an invoice for £26,500 for the privilege, helps explain the level of all-round detail. A five-page feature in the September 2017 Classic Ford Magazine tells the story of one owners desire to create a tribute to his first car and makes fascinating reading. The distinctive squared-up nose styling and front air dam has no stone chips and informs knowledgeable onlookers to the scarcity of this model only built between January 1976 and July 1978. All the trim is perfect, window rubbers are black and all decals are correct and present. The underside is body coloured and fully detailed for the show circuit. Utterly gorgeous and a real show stopper. INTERIOR The interior of this RS Mexico offers simple sporting pleasure. The twin high-back reclining Scheel front seats in Black fabric with head restraints are as new and offer incredible support. The carpets, washable black headlining and door cards are all unmarked with many invoices from Aldridge Trimming Ltd. All the gauges and warning lights function correctly with the ‘RS’ logo within the five white needle instrument cluster reminding the driver how special this Ford is. The RS dished leather steering wheel is a desirable Rallye Sport accessory and convenience features have been fitted such as the centre console, glovebox and Retrosound radio. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The Cologne-built 1593cc Pinto engine with a single overhead camshaft has been rebuilt by Toovey Race Engines with new pistons, polished crank and a big-valve unleaded head. The invoice in the history file for this work in January 2017 is £2,256. Aldon Automotive supplied, fitted and rolling road tuned Weber Twin Dual 44 IDF Carburettors for the perfect soundtrack at a further cost of £1,796.61. A top speed of 108mph and 0-60mph in 8.5 seconds can be expected. For real enjoyable use, a Type-9 5-speed Ford gearbox is fitted. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES This vehicle it fitted with the optional, genuine and desirable Ronal 7X13in Ford RS alloys in immaculate condition shod in new 185/60 R13 Yokohama A539 tyres. Vacuum servo assisted front disc brakes are ventilated with 4-pot callipers restored by Bigg Red. Standard rear drum brakes all renewed complete the package. HISTORY FILE In 1979 the current owner of this spectacular car, Mr Alan Bradshaw, bought his first Mk2 Escort, a year-old 1978 1600 Sport in Signal Green with a Black vinyl roof from Billinhams Ford in Wolverhampton. It was his first proper car and although always envious of his friends better spec Mexico, in 1981 the trusty Sport was traded-in for a brand new XR3. It was more than 30 years before a Mk2 was thought of again and after three decades of business success he allowed himself to relieve his youth and buy the Mexico he had always dreamt of. This example was registered on the 27th April 1978 and has had just five former keepers. With only around 2,500 Mk2 Ford Mexico’s made, (source Ford RS Owners Club), this car represents a rare breed! Positioned awkwardly in price and specification between a 1600 Sport and an RS2000 when new, the Mexico had a very short production run and therefore is now a highly sought after model amongst collectors. Mr Bradshaw outsourced the restoration of this example and the accompanying invoices for works carried out are eye wateringly expensive with a photographic album as evidence. Some of the photos also include his original 1600 Sport! The vehicle is registered with the RS Owners Club and a comprehensive history file of all works will reassure the next owner. MOT Oct 2018, HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please copy the link below: https://youtu.be/_6rNBHHHVdE To see a full set of photographs of this car please copy the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskx9z5j2 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: https://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars https://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars
Light Weight BBS Alloys, White Racing Stripe & Side Decals, Maintained & Serviced By Roush/Revolve, Just Serviced By Roush/Revolve, 1 Of 27 UK Cars, Impeccable Condition, Exceptional Low Mileage Example! Carbon Fibre Bucket Seats, Air Condition & Heating, Battery Charger, Adjustable Exterior Mirrors.
2004 Great little run around has had new head gasket water pump and cam belt also had a full service including plugs leads and coil pack lots of history and receipts mot till Feb very tidy inside and out Collection is from Langford
Ford Focus Ghia 2l petrol estate.51 plate - Year 2001, 97k miles, Mot till September 2018, Went straight through no advisories. Good condition for year, it’s been well looked after, previous owner was a mechanic, there’s some service history, and some self service receipts, and receipts for past work done. There’s a few scuffs, but only minor. It’s very reliable and an all round good car, I’m selling it as I don’t need an estate car. Call 07976060813 £850 Ono.
Chequered Flag is pleased to offer this 1960 Ford Thunderbird Convertible in Turquoise with Turquoise interior and White soft top. 352cu in. V8 with 300hp and 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. Very well equipped with: power convertible top, power steering, power windows, wire wheels with wide white walls, power adjustable seats, factory engine compartment chrome package and a working radio. Very high quality restoration and apparently an AACA National 1st place winner but we only have the badge and it's immaculate overall condition to testify to that. Superb body, paint, and chrome. The interior is fantastic along with the top. Excellent mechanically. This is a very high quality T-Bird. You wouldn't be able to buy a rough one and make it this nice for close to the asking price and this one wasn’t a rough one to begin with. We encourage inspections. Please feel free to call us with any questions. Sales tax and license fees dues if delivered in California. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 310-827-8665 today to schedule your test drive. Visit Chequered Flag International online at chequeredflag.com to see m