- Supplied new via Hancock Ford Horsham and one former keeper - Rare surviving Chasseur model and finished in Mercury Grey metallic - 23 service entries, 20 previous MOT certificates and 52,000 recorded miles. Further info: Instantly recognisable by its XR4i style bumpers and full length factory fitted roof rack, the "Chasseur" estate was introduced in March 1989 and has become one of the rarest collectable Special Edition Sierra models. Owned by a fastidious, retired Ford motor engineer for some 24 years, this well preserved and particularly smart example, is finished in Mercury Grey. Understandably, the owner would not entrust the care of his beloved Sierra to any of his former colleagues. Therefore he has meticulously maintained it himself throughout his ownership, with no fewer than 23 service entries in the service booklet. The wonderful history file also contains 20 previous MOT test certificates, along with a signed letter from the owner to confirm the low mileage of 52,000 miles. Also on file are a number of dealer invoices plus an original "Chasseur" brochure which is the icing on a very tempting cake! Surely one for the Ford collector.
1989 ford sierra 1800cc chasseur grey metallic
The Motor House, Lyncastle Road
Warrington, WA4 4SN, Cheshire
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