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Ford Escort
12500 53000 GBP
  • By November 1969 approval for a new facility had been given by the Ford Management and Advanced Vehicle Operations was set up to design, develop and build specialist cars.The idea was simple. Escort two-door bodyshells, already painted, trimmed and built to strengthened Type 49 specification, were shipped in directly from Halewood. Once at AVO, they were placed on an overhead carousel which ran around the factory. As the cars moved around, the engine, transmission and suspension were fitted from below. When the completed car was removed at the end of the line, a new body was loaded onto the carousel and the process started again. We are informed by the vendor that AOO 177G is quite possibly a very early prototype Escort MK1 1300GT originally in Mauve that was purchased new by the Police or similar body and then sent to the Ford Aveley works to be converted into a vehicle fast enough to catch villains of the time. First registered in 1968 with correct type 48 shell identification the vendor believes the car to have the following specification: Early type compression front strut suspension with no anti roll bar, locking push button bonnet release in the grill, door lock in handle on

    • Year: 1968

    • Last update: 1 day old

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    01926 691 141
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  • This 1968 Escort Works Rally Replica was built between 2006 and 2008 by renowned marque experts, Retrosport, for one of its owners. A solid donor shell was sourced and fully stripped for the build. New steel front wings and steel arches were fitted and the entire shell fully seam welded, gusseted and strengthened to Group 4 specification with works type jacking points. A Smith and Deakin fibre glass bonnet and boot were custom fitted along with a 6-point roll cage with door bars. The completed body was then painted in Ford Diamond White, photos of which are included in the history file.

    • Year: 2015

    • Last update: 1 day old

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    01926 691 141
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  • This meant 110bhp and a top speed of 115mph. Externally there was little difference between the Escort Twin-Cam and its tamer sister, the Escort GT. A reinforced bodyshell with wider wheel arches and quarter bumpers hid the uprated suspension and front disc brakes were standard equipment. The Escort Twin-Cam was conceived and developed by Ford's Boreham based competitions department during 1967 and unleashed on an unsuspecting public during January 1968; going on to achieve many international race and rally victories during its short production life. Ford entered their first event with the Escort, taking part in the new formula of motorsport, Rallycross and also entering at an event at Croft (still used today), the Escort Twin-Cam won 4 races out right. The Ford works team was practically unbeatable in the late 1960's and 1970's with, arguably, the Escort's greatest victory in the 1970 London to Mexico World Cup Rally. In total, just 883 Escort Twin-Cams were built before production ended to make way for the RS1600.

    • Year: 1971

    • Last update: 1 day old

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  • The Ford Escort RS Cosworth proved that it was possible to follow its legendary 1980s Sierra namesake. Just like the Lancia Integrale and Subaru Impreza, this was a Group A rally car for the road - pure and simple. It was actually underpinned by a shortened version of the Sierra Cosworth RS Cosworth's platform and powered by the same 2.0-litre turbocharged longitudinally-mounted Cosworth-developed engine driving all four wheels. The car was designed and engineered in Boreham, was styled by noted designer Stephen Harper, and ended up being assembled by Karmann in Germany. At launch in 1994, two models were available, the club-spec standard car at £21,380 and the Lux version, which included electric windows, heated screen, sunroof, and Recaro seats. Power was up slightly from the Sierra RS Cosworth, at 227bhp, and performance consequently improved. The first 2500 cars up to May 1994 suffered from turbo lag, but the the next 4500 were improved thanks to their smaller Garrett T25 Turbo. In 1995, the RS Cosworth was treated to a mild facelift where it received a new honeycomb grille, restyled bumpers, a more attractive fascia and revised alloy wheels. The car continued until early 1996,

    • Year: 1994

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • £53,000 £53,000

    This is a car that's been cosseted; we doubt you will find a better example anywhere, so if you're in the market for one we would suggest you form an orderly queue!

    • Year: 1971

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • £26,500 £26,500

    This particular Mk1 RS2000 was restored by 'Tick over' of Dartford in Kent and can be seen on their website Homepage of vehicles they have restored over recent years. The vendor informs us that OGS 396M bursts instantly into life with the first twist of the key. The four speed manual is reported to be a delight to use, offering tight responsive shifts. The car surges forward with the slightest tap of the throttle pedal, but remains very manageable at all times. Everything feels tight and well put together, with no rattles or groans in evidence anywhere. Handling is reported to be super tight and responsive making this car a delight to drive.

    • Year: 1974

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • £35,000 £35,000

    This meant 110bhp and a top speed of 115mph. Externally, there was little difference between the Escort Twin-Cam and its tamer sister, the Escort GT. A reinforced bodyshell with wider wheel arches and quarter bumpers hid the uprated suspension and front disc brakes were standard equipment.

    • Year: 1969

    • Last update: 3 days old

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  • Stuart Turner of Ford was the leading light in pushing through the Ford Escort Rally program in the 1990s. Previously, the Sierra Cosworth had maintained a competitive presence in world rallying, but a new genre of rally cars was emerging. The brief now called for a smaller, lighter car to challenge the rapidly emerging cars from Japan. Indeed, Turner had cited that nearly a third of all cars entered in a previous national rally were Japanese in order to encourage the Ford decision makers in Detroit to 'sign off' the Escort Cosworth rally program. They still took some robust persuading as the production model was only available in front wheel drive and the RS Escort was going to be far removed from the production item destined for the 'masses'. Worse still, production would have to be outsourced to Karmann, Germany. Two major considerations swayed Ford's decision to go ahead; firstly, the new Escort was being labelled rather bland by the press and needed a 'halo/hero car' and, secondly, the drivetrain for the new rally car was the well proven, world beater system from the Sierra Cosworth. Turner's plan had been to produce a 'pizza' rally car; Sierra Cosworth base with an Escort bod

    • Year: 1994

    • Last update: 7 days old

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  • £28,000 £28,000

    The Ford Escort RS Cosworth was a rally homologation special of the fifth generation Escort. It was designed to qualify as a Group A car for the World Rally Championship, in which it competed between 1993 and 1998. It was available as a road car from 1992-96 in very limited numbers, only 7,145 vehicles were produced from the start of production on 19 February 1992 until the last car rolled out of the factory on 12 January 1996. It was instantly recognisable due to its large "whale tail" rear spoiler. The main selling point was the Cosworth YBT engine, a highly tuneable turbocharged 2-litre engine which had an output of 220 PS in standard trim. This fine example has only covered 14,000 kilometres from new and as one would expect with such low mileage, the owner reports that the car is in excellent condition in every respect. The car has been kept in a de-humidified, heated garage and is in original, un-molested condition - the owner fires up the car every 1-2 weeks to bring it up to temperature. The car has also had a cambelt change plus new oil/air/fuel filters, spark plugs, coolant and brake fluid. The car boasts all the features you would expect with a performance car of this typ

    • Year: 1996

    • Last update: 6 days old

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  • H & H
    08458 334455
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  • Great example of the Mk3 Escort, German spec, in 'Keltische Bronze'. 2 owners, the first imported it new from Germany to save the special car tax at the time. The interior is superb and has obviously been very well looked after. The cambelt has been replaced along with the starter motor and fuel pump, and a stainless exhaust fitted in 1986. The car was rustproofed from new. 83,000 recorded miles, and drives really well. To be featured in Classic Car Weekly end of July.

    • Last update: about 1 month old

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  • Affordable Classics
    01787 237887
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  • £14,036 £14,036

    The Ford Escort is a small family car manufactured by Ford of Britain and Ford Germany from 1968 to 2002. The Ford Escort name was also applied to several different small cars produced in North America by Ford between 1981 and 2002/03 (see Ford Escort (North America)). Ford will relaunch the Ford Escort on the Chinese car market in 2014 (see Ford Escort (China)). The first use of the Escort name was for a reduced specification version of the Ford Squire, a 1950s estate car version of the Ford Anglia 100E, though this did not sell well by comparison to the other members of the 100E family. The Mark I Ford Escort was introduced in the United Kingdom at the end of 1967, making its show debut at Brussels Motor Show in January 1968. It replaced the successful long running Anglia. The car was presented in continental Europe as a product of Ford's European operation. Escort production commenced at Halewood in England during the closing months of 1967, and for left hand drive markets during September 1968 at the Ford plant in Genk. Initially the continental Escorts differed slightly from the UK built ones under the skin. The front suspension and steering gear were differently configured an

    • Year: 1973

    • Last update: 1 day old

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  • Oldertimerfarm.be
    0032472401338
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  • £17,556 £17,556

    This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment needed) Sunday: closed. Monday strictly on appointment. We specialize in consignment sales of collection cars. We are proud we can offer this car for sale. A more detailed description will soon follow. In the meantime you can have a look at the very ample photo coverage on the website. Of course Xavier or Olivier will be very happy to give you all possible explanations by phone on +32472401338. Meet us at: Auto Retro Brugge: 31. jan – 1. feb 2015 Flanders Collection Car - Gent Feb 21 – 22, 2015 Antwerp Classic Salon Mar 6 – 8, 2015 27th Techno-Classica Essen - Duitsland Apr 15 – 19, 2015 Opendeurdagen Fri, May 1, 2015, 9am – Sun, May 3, 2015, 5pm Opendeurdagen Fri, September 18, 2015, 9am – Sun, September 20, 2015, 5pm

    • Year: 1972

    • Last update: 1 day old

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  • £48,746 £48,746

    The car is one of the 25 cars built in Germany for Ford Australia and imported to comply with the then CAMS rules for Group C Production Touring cars, which was then the peak category for sedan based Motorsport in Australia. The Eligibility requirement was that cars could be recognised as Australian Touring Cars if they were of 'FIA Group 1 and must be one of at least 25 cars complying with recognition documents imported into the Australia'. Other than the 25 German cars, the Mk2 RS2000 was not sold in Australia until 1979 and the importation of the 25 cars built in Germany was used to permit the RS2000 to race at Bathurst in 1976 and 1977, and compete in various other rally and circuit categories/events. Many of the 25 cars became competition vehicles campaigned by famous names in Australian motor sport including Bob Holden and Bruce Hodgson, there are some quite famous examples including the De Bortoli car (chassis no. 18271) that can be seen immediately behind the two XC Falcon coupés that crossed the line together in the famous 1-2 Moffatt/Bond finish to win Bathurst in 1977. The 25 cars arrived from Germany in March 1976, and as the cars were imported by Ford Australia, they h

    • Year: 1976

    • Last update: 16 days old

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  • Classic Throttle Shop
    +61 (0)2 9922 2036
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