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Ford Cortina
3995 80000 GBP
  • French registration Lotus Engine Type 120 E - Legendary model - Well prepared - Ready for regularity rallies - No reserve - Ex Rallye du Vaucluse 1968 Unveiled in 1965, this Ford Cortina Lotus Type 125E, had an early career in the Vaucluse region and participated between 1968 and 1970 in several regional races such as the 1968 Rallye du Vaucluse and the hill races of Lure, Manosque and Ampus. Till 1989, the car was still registered with its Vauclusien number and, between 1994 and 2005, it was owned by a collector from the Savoye region of France. In 2005, became the property of the famous rally driver and collector Pierre Bos, from Toulouse. The car at that point benefited from various restorations, as can be seen by an invoice from garage Harper, and an important file of the workshop ALS for the repair of the rear axle, the gearbox and the engine. The total of invoices is over € 20,000. Following this overhaul, the car participated successfully in the Rallye Monte Carlo Historique in 2007. Featuring a good preparation consisting of rollcage, bucket seats, harnesses and special tank, the car is powered by the double overhead cam Lotus engine, which gives the car its legendary character. The car comes with a FFSA passport from 1998, a FIVA Identity Card and a historic regularity sheet from FIA 2006.

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  • A nice all round example of the MKII GT, very rare now, lots more 1600Es around. This is believed to be the first MkII GT off the production line, although I can't substantiate this. Overall the car is in great shape, there are a couple of odd bits here and here which could be improved. Starts and runs well, and has the optional wood trim inside. The seats, door cards and carpets are all in excellent condition.

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  • Unique to the South African market, the 3.0 XLE was the top of the Cortina range over there. It is fitted with the 3.0 Essex V6 (hence the 'E') and automatic gearbox. This car is in a very original condition, even down to the paint, although I'm sure it has had some paintwork over the years. Panel fit is good all round and it still has the original wheels with the XLE hubcaps. The interior is immaculate and is the dark tan vinyl. Some modifications have been made to the suspension including springs and bushes to make the handling more secure. A very rare car, I have not seen another in the UK, and don't know even if there are any others!

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  • The Ford Cortina MKV was announced on the 24th August 1979 and prices started at £3475 for a basic 1.3 model. The engines were improved from the MKIV models with improved power output and fuel economy. The estate model combined the MKIV bodyshell with the MKV front body pressings. The final year of production for the Cortina was 1982 and our example is a very late car that was first registered on the 1st February 1983. The Cortina was a huge success right through its long term production run from the 1960's through to the 1980's. Up to and including 1981 the Cortina was the best selling car in the UK and in March 2009 the Cortina was still the third most popular car sold in Britain. The estate versions have always proved popular and are becoming increasingly more desirable. We have taken this Cortina Estate in part exchange from a regular customer based in Norwich. The car has been used mainly for weekend use and some corporate advertising. The last owner, a Company Director had the car sign written with corporate logos but on arrival with us they were removed. On arrival we were pleased to note excellent, straight body panels and no rust issues, however on removal of the sign writ

    • Year: 1983

    • Last update: about 1 month old

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  • £34,950 £34,950

    This particular Lotus Cortina is presented in great usable condition and was purchased new by the notable Mr Fred Bushell who was both the Chairman of Team Lotus and a Director of Lotus Cars at the time and owned the car until 1986 and during his tenureship was maintained by the Lotus factory. From what we can gather the Cortina was used Mrs Bushell as her daily driver and was maintained by the Lotus factory themselves during this time. It was then sold to Mr Utting in 1986 who confirmed with the factory that the mileage of 36,000 was genuine and matched the factory records. Complete with a lovely history file which includes the original handbooks and brochures, previous V5's, various bills and invoices for works carried out , documentation from Granada television regarding it's TV appearence on ITV's The Grimley's', plus lots more.......two boxfiles in fact. This Cortina drives fantastically and is a real piece of Ford/Lotus history and is surely an opportunity not to be missed. More detailed photographs are available upon request if required. *Viewing by appointment only*

    • Year: 1969

    • Last update: about 1 month old

    • Mileage: 47544 mi

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  • Hilton & Moss
    01279 813907
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  • £55,000 £55,000

    This original 1965 Ford Lotus Cortina Left Hand Drive Rally Conversion was restored in 1992 and having FIA identity from 1993. Currently finished in white with green stripe the car can be rallied or raced.

    • Year: 1965

    • Last update: about 1 month old

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  • £80,000 £80,000

    This original right hand drive car first registered in September 1964, an A frame pre airflow car which was converted for racing during the winter of 2010/11. It was shot blasted and acid dipped then prepared and painted by P&T repairs of Byfleet. The rollcage was addedby Andy Robinson Race cars and then the car was built up primarily by Brian Lewis with Lionel Whitehead and others helping. Lewis and Whitehead being members of the original 60's Alan Mann team, using all their experience, tweaks and adjustments known to them from years of preparing Lotus Cortina's. Total cost of build in excess of £100,000! It won it's first race outright at Oulton Park in March 2011, and went on to win the Masters Championship in the same year. It also ran at the Goodwood Revival in 2011 finishing 4th overall in the St Mary's Trophy at the hands of Henry Mann and Richard Attwood. In 2012/13 the car raced in the U2TC and the Masters Series again with lots of class wins and podium finishes. It was driven by Henry Mann and Matt Jackson at the Silverstone Classic twice, and again by Henry Mann with Darren Turner and then Anthony Reid at the Goodwood Revival and Donnington Historic Festival respectively

    • Year: 1964

    • Last update: about 1 month old

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  • Desmond J Smail
    01234 240 636
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