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  • RefCode: TA1177165
  • Make: MG
  • Model: B
  • Derivative: Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 72,706
  • Mileage (KM): 117,008
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

Conceived in the late 1950s and launched in 1962, the MGB would turn out to be one of the most successful sports cars of all time. Attractively styled, cheap to run and easily maintained by the home mechanic, the 'B' carried on MG's traditional role of providing affordable, sports car motoring for the ordinary enthusiast. To compensate for increased weight, the existing B-Series engine was stretched from 1622 to 1798cc, while the MGB's aerodynamically efficient lines made the most of the maximum available 95bhp to achieve a top speed that just bested the magic 'ton'. A 'right first time' design that changed little over the years, the 'B' enjoyed an 18 year production life and sales totalling in excess of 500,000 cars. Its popularity remaining undiminished today, the classic MGB is one of the easiest sports cars of its era to run and maintain in the 21st century, being served by a worldwide industry of spare parts and service providers. This 1965 MGB Roadster is a sought-after pull-handle model butis one of the rare cross-over cars fitted with a five-bearing crank 1800cc engine. With four previous owners the car was repainted at the end of 2017. Finished in Old English White with black interior, this Roadster has covered 72,700 miles from new and is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in June 2020, a full history file and the handbook along with the service book. Described by the owner to be in good all-round condition just requiring some work on the interior to bring back the cosmetic good looks of this car.

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  • RefCode: TA1177086
  • Make: MINI
  • Model: COOPER
  • Derivative: S Works GP
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 2,006
  • Mileage (Miles): 72,150
  • Mileage (KM): 116,114
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

![CDATA[The Mini needs little introduction; from the early days of the Mk. I and Mk. II through to the acquisition of Austin Rover by BMW and the advent of the newer, beefier, Mini. As is the way of things, quick versions were always popular. John Cooper Works (JCW), based in Hampshire, founded by Michael Cooper, son of John Cooper, produced tuning parts and accessories for the new Mini. The ultimate incarnation of the upgrades offered by JCW was an entire car commonly referred to as the GP. This used the supercharged Tritec engine. It was a lightweight, quasi-race-prepared John Cooper Works model hand-finished by Bertone in Italy and offered as a limited production run of 2,000 cars during 2006 with only 444 ending up on UK soil. Supplied with Recaro front seats (nothing in the rear apart from a stiffening bar), it also boasted a recalibrated engine management system with intercooler to aid the turbo-charged engine post excellent times on the circuit. Advanced braking, advanced suspensiongeometry, free-flowing exhaust and a smooth underbody all helped. Even the throttle was a drive-by-wire item and, combined, with other driver aids, made for a formidable weapon. This car has often referred to as The Ultimate Mini and has been well cared for, it is completely original and is presented with both sets of keys. All the GP's were numbered and this car is number 930. The car has covered just 72,150 miles, it presents in superb condition and very exciting to drive. The optional extras include a unique Thunder Blue body colour with silver roof and contrasting red mirror caps, a unique Aero kit, carbon fibre rear wing, a wing spoiler and under body panelling for improved aerodynamics, unique 18 lightweight wheels and unique anthracite speedometer and revolution counter dials. With regular specialist servicing to date as well as an MoT test certificate valid until September 2020, the correct John Cooper Works owners pack can also be found in the history file and the overall condition isexcellent. Also included in the sale of this BMW Mini is the fantastic registration number 'R5O GP'; a real bonus for this car. Modern build quality with racing characteristics, sounds like fun to me!]]

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  • RefCode: TA1174911
  • Make: ASTON MARTIN
  • Model: V8
  • Derivative: Volante
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,985
  • Mileage (Miles): 48,000
  • Mileage (KM): 77,248
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

If you wanted the fastest accelerating production car in the world in 1985, your first port of call was Newport Pagnell. This was mainly due to the tuned version of the existing 5,340cc engine, breathing through a quartet of 48mm Weber carburettors resulting in an estimated maximum output of around 375bhp. This V8 volante is a fully functioning, expertly prepared Aston Martin. Able to live up to its plaudits back in 1985. It was hailed as Britains First Supercar for its 170mph top speed. Straight-line performance was staggering with acceleration from 060 in 5.3 seconds, one-tenth of a second quicker than the Ferrari Daytona which was its main competitor of the time. Its specification follows the contemporary V8 saloon Series IV (Oscar India) announced shortly after; sharing revised rear body lines with the bonnet sporting a carburettor bulge and dummy air scope now closed at front, burr walnut dashboard and door cappings. The convertible hood is fully lined and power operated. Back whengreed wasgood and Madonna had the two top spots in the UK charts with Into the Groove and Holiday, it was this exact car Autoglym chose to lead their advertising campaign; the chauffeur fitted out, appropriately, in a Gieves & Hawkes suit. The original service voucher book notes that the first and second service was carried out at Works Service in Newport Pagnell in May of 1985. Thereafter, service work was shared with other stalwarts of the marque; Ian Mason and Chapman Spooner. Over the years, it has clearly been cherished by various owners making use of skilled Aston-Martin dedicated workshops. Regular service intervals between Newport Pagnell and Chapman Spooner took place up to 26,550 miles and 1988 whereupon the bearings and brakes were rebuilt followed by a carburettor rebuild and tune-up. Continued correct servicing ensued with consumables supplied as and when required with the air-conditioning was also serviced and various minor electrical issues attended to. In 1992 at 36,819 miles, IanMasoncarried out a gearbox service including seals, plugs, Selecta shaft, gaskets and filters. The following year he cleaned and checked all braking systems, replaced n/s/r shock absorber and carried out a comprehensive road test. The next big service took place in 1996, again by Ian Mason, with drive belts checked, hubs and bearings re-greased and all brakes and wishbone bushes cleaned and made good. Cylinder heads out and a comprehensive top-end rebuild undertaken including carburettor re-build and comprehensive belt and bearing service. The front suspension was also dismantled including a brake and shock absorber rebuild. Differential rebuild and importantly, careful inspection of the sill box sections. These were subsequently prepared and new sections welded in, primed and painted. During the lifetime of this motorcar, it has wanted for nothing and thus presents in superb condition. The mantra being rectification of originality over an overblown restoration. Byron International, the last wordinAston Martin and whose expertise and stock list is nothing short of immaculate, brokers some of the finest Aston Martins ever to be offered to market. In February 2017, B144 WWT received the Byron treatment; checks on fluids and operation showed a clean bill of health and the car passed its MoT test with flying colours. It was then allowed to be offered to the current owner. What struck everyone in that process was the originality of the car for example, there were tabs on the seat runners that were on the car when new and normally would not stand the test of time. The vendor loved the originality but decided to strip the car to bare metal nonetheless. It was prepared and painted in the correct factory Forrest Green, the interior still beautiful with tan leather seating and green piping. The carpeting is as plush as you would expect from this superlative example. Unsurprisingly, it was the model of choice for the Chairman of the Aston Martin Owners Club and indeed, it was this very car thatwasfeatured in the limited edition publication 'Aston Martin, The Complete Car' by Alan Archer, Neil Murray, Ted Cutting and Richard Williams, #75/1500 copies. Photograph(s) of this car and the owners credit can be seen on pages 208/209. As important as the history and integrity of the motorcar is the mentality of the owner. The writer, for example, has known the vender for over ten years and during that time has been let into the inner garage. This is where he restores and prepares his small but very high quality collection. This is not a one-make collection but a series of cars that can provide him and his wife the touring capabilities required. These are reliable, beautifully-put-together examples of the very best the marque in question have to offer. Acquired by him in 1991 and showing two former keepers in the registration document, this is an outstandingly original example of this magnificent grand tourer.]]

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  • RefCode: TA1176599
  • Make: MASERATI
  • Model: GHIBLI
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,994
  • Mileage (Miles): 51,749
  • Mileage (KM): 83,281
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

Maserati revived the Ghibli name for the Bi-turbo in the 1990s. Intended to challenge BMW and Mercedes-Benz in the luxury sport saloon market, the Bi-turbo was of conventional build with front engine, rear wheel drive format and featured independent suspension, four-wheel disc brakes and an interior boasting sumptuous leather upholstery and wood veneer trim. The unitary constructed body/chassis was styled in-house by Innocenti, part of the De Tomaso empire, as were Maserati. A five-speed manual gearbox or a three-speed automatic transmission were available and the cars came with a limited slip differential as standard. Power was from a 2.0 litre, three-valves per cylinder, V6 and as the model range expanded, 2.5 litre and 2.8 litre engines were introduced. Launched at the Turin Motor Show in April 1992, these well-appointed Italian classics are becoming increasingly desirable. This exquisite Ghibli was originally registered on 26th April 1994 and has had four previous keepers. The current vendorhas owned this Maserati since January 2015 and has spent significant sums to ensure the car presents in the finest condition. Throughout his stewardship over £18,000 has been spent with McGrath Maserati including an engine rebuild, rebuilt turbos, new belts, new brake discs and pads all round and replacement of brake pipes. The paintwork has recently been refreshed to an exceptionally high standard, for no reason other than there were a few age related marks which the fastidious vendor wanted to take care of prior to finding the car a new owner. Finished in dark metallic green with tan leather trim, this Maserati is supplied with a V5C registration document and a full years MoT test certificate together with the original handbooks and a history folder; this is surely one of the best righthand drive Ghiblis available today.]]

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  • RefCode: TA1177053
  • Make: SUBARU
  • Model: IMPREZA
  • Derivative: WRX STi
  • Category: Saloon
  • Year: 2,002
  • Mileage (Miles): 38,500
  • Mileage (KM): 61,959
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

![CDATA[Introduced on 1st March 1993, the Impreza which, according to an article in Motor Trend, was initially to be called the Loyale, was offered in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive versions and as a four door saloon or five door hatchback. Subaru chose to continue their longstanding use of the boxer engine in the Impreza. According to Subaru, their configuration of the engine in-line with the transmission minimises body roll due to the lower centre of gravity compared with offset engines in most other vehicles. This absolutely superb example is presented in the iconic and traditional colour of blue with its blue interior and it has only covered 38,500 miles from new. The car had a new cambelt kit installed by Triton Subaru in the last 2,500 miles and was also fitted with new tyres. It has been used sparingly by the present owner for the odd weekend away and is supported with an extensive service history and its current MoT test certificate expires in January 2020. With its desirable rallyblue gold wheels combination, it remains eye catching. Engaging and is still tight and responsive to drive, it is as it should be. These are and indeed were one of the greatest rally cars ever made and the road going version such as this, pushing some 320bhp, is forever evocative and reminiscent of those Colin McRae days!]]

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  • RefCode: TA1175871
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 250
  • Derivative: SL Pagoda
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,967
  • Mileage (Miles): 53,849
  • Mileage (KM): 86,661
  • Colour: White
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

The very pretty and highly desirable Mercedes Benz 250 SL was the successor to the popular 230 SL and was first introduced to the public at the 1967 Geneva Motor Show. The brief production run ended a year later in January 1968 and as a result of this short run, the 250 SL is the rarest of the W 113 (Pagoda) series cars. It retained the stiffer suspension and sportier feel of the early SLs but provided improved agility with a new 150bhp, 7 bearing engine and it also came with rear disc brakes. The range was also improved with the increased fuel tank capacity which went up from 65 litres to 82 litres. These lovely German stalwarts were offered with a four-speed automatic, a four-speed manual box or the ZF five-speed. Also, for the first time an optional limited slip differential was also available which improved the handling no end.This lovely matching numbers example is presented in white with its black factory hard top and black interior. This remarkable car comes with a full and comprehensiveservice history, invoices and old MoT test certificates. Amazingly, it also has its original green log book, two keys and manuals. This is one of the nicest examples of this desirable classic we have seen and is in excellent order throughout according to the owner

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  • RefCode: TA1177036
  • Make: JAGUAR
  • Model: XK
  • Derivative: 120 Roadster (3.4 litre)
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,950
  • Mileage (Miles): 65,000
  • Mileage (KM): 104,607
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

![CDATA[On Wednesday 15th November 1950 (in the Year of the Tiger) a sleek white cat began its journey exiting the production line in Coventry, and as this Jaguar approaches its 70thyear the phrase we are just custodians never seemed more apt. A desperate need for Jaguars first post-war sports car plus a stroke of genius from William Lyons resulted in the XK120 being launched at the London Motor Show in 1948. The XK engine wasnt destined for a production car until 1951 but by shortening the chassis that underpinned their MKV saloon and installing the all-new 3442cc twin OHC, a classic was born. Much needed currency would flow into the UK, mainly from across the pond and with just a fraction of the XKs reserved for the home market very few lucky Brits would enjoy the pleasure £1,263 could bring. A lot of money in the day but not when Jaguar promoted the XK120 as the fastest production car in the world exceeding 120mph; to silence some disbelievers in the motoring press a trip to Jabbeke, Belgium wasarranged with a speed test that confirmed the XK120 was closer to 130mph. Originally built on an ash frame with all alloy body meant Jaguar could never achieve production to the scale that would fulfil the orders envisaged during the Motor Show. A change to pressed steel panels would delay production nearly a year, a necessity to capitalise on the order book potential by late 1950. Chassis 660294 was dispatched to the Channel Islands from the Midlands on 5th December and onto St Helier Garages, the Jaguar main dealer on Jersey. Finished in an Old English hue with a Biscuit and tan interior this 120 would have turned heads en route to its first owner Robert L Sangan. Robert (known as Bob) was Honorary Secretary of the Jersey Motorcycle Club and Light Car Club and a keen racer who entered the 120 (registered J10933) in the Bouley Bay Hillclimb on 26th July 1951 taking the unmodified over 3000cc class in a time of 65.8 seconds. The Jersey International was Britains first post war Grand Prix in 1947and the event continued to attract the top teams and drivers for several years. By 1952 GP cars were considered too fast for the course so it became a sports car event with one entry of note, local driver Frank Le Gallais piloting an XK120. Le Gallais had previous form in the Jersey Road Race, in 1949 he drove a Talbot in the finals but was also a well-respected hill climb expert with his single seat (twin rear wheel) Le Gallais Special. Powered by a rather hot rear mounted XK engine coupled to a Citroen gearbox, it was this powerplant that would be installed into Bob Sangans 120 for the 20-lap race through the streets of Jersey on the 10th July 1952. In the first heat a fine 4thwas achieved behind George Abecassis in a factory DB3 Aston which led to a starting position of 10th in the main race where Le Gallais hustled the Jaguar into a creditable 8th overall; just behind Roy Salvadori with two Ecurie Ecosse XK120s in 5th and 6th places. Ian Stewart took overall victory in front of a Frazer-Nashand a pair of DB3s winning at an average of 87.44mph in one of the first outings for the all new C-Type Jag. After the race our XK120 was reunited with its original engine and would be campaigned and enjoyed by Bob Sangan for several more years including another podium at Bouley Bay in 1954. The car crossed to the mainland in 1957 and found a new home in the East Riding of Yorkshire, by which time its exterior colour had changed to blue. With its new registration SOW 666 it was in the hands of Terence Shaw of Brough in April 1970, then moved onto Keith Knowles, resident of Wilberfoss three years later. In May 1974 the buff logbook showed it was registered to Geoffrey Charlton but then crossed out and the name of Colin Musgrave installed two weeks later. He then sold the car to Geoffrey Charlton who we assume supplied the reg number GEF 120, then strangely it returned to Colin Musgrave in October of the same year. The next owner Douglas Hunt ran a wedding car business in Cleveland; he purchased theJag in 1983 with all intentions of restoration, but this never happened and by the time Douglas Anderson took over in 1990 the car was in poor condition. Trailer bound and refinished in flat white Mr Anderson took great strides to salvage the 120 spending over £50k on a ground up restoration which took place over a decade, finally refinished in red with a superb interior installed by The Trim Centre in Nuneaton that remains in place to this day. In 2007 the final transfer took place as GEF 120 headed to the centre of the South Downs and the village of Petworth near Goodwood. It was then that the current owner put it into the knowledgeable hands of Country Classic Cars in Midhurst. It was then the subject of a full restoration, both bodywork/chassis and many mechanical upgrades comprising a conversion to a 12 volt battery, electronic ignition fitted and a front disc brake conversion together with a servo. A Kenlowe fan and alloy header tank were fitted, and an alternator conversion and a manualchoke conversion carried out. The rear brakes were overhauled and a full stainless steel exhaust system was fitted. The dampers were replaced and it sits on a new set of Michelin radial tyres. Prior to the above, the engine was internally inspected and the mileage we believe is genuine according to the owner, although not warranted. The gearbox was stripped and rebuilt together with a new clutch fitted. The car had a full bare metal respray, fabrication and brightwork. The bare metal being treated to two coats of epoxy resin, primer, direct gloss and premium lacquer. The interior was retrimmed with quality hide in a contrasting tan colour. The above, combined with numerous additional mechanical works carried out, (which can be found in the history file) makes for a very useable and enjoyable XK120 which will return reliability for many a year to come. This vehicle is supplied with a matching spare wheel, tonneau, original green log book and Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Certificate. At the time ofwriting, conversations are taking place with the aim of returning this Jaguar to Jersey for the 75th anniversary of the first International Road Race in 2022. It will also be 70 years since chassis 660294 raced around the 5.1 kms circuit, with interested parties hopeful it could even be re-clothed for the seventh time in its original white; a romantic vision maybe, but it would complete the circle in this cats many lives. ]]

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  • RefCode: TA1176467
  • Make: FORD
  • Model: CAPRI
  • Derivative: Turbo Technics
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,986
  • Mileage (Miles): 80,000
  • Mileage (KM): 128,747
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

The Ford Capri was the Ford Mustang of Europe. A mind-boggling array of options meant that the Capri could be whatever you wanted it to be; just like the Mustang. It was released to the press on 24th January 1969 at the Brussels Motor Show and caused a sensation. For the 1982 model year, a new sporty version debuted at the Geneva Motor Show called the '2.8 Injection'. Power rose to a claimed 160bhp giving a top speed of 130mph. This stunning and imposing Capri was first registered in August 1986, a 2.8 litre injection model is more special than most as it is one of only a handful of Capris that were specially modified by Northampton-based Turbo Technics from the factory, a conversion which was sanctioned by Ford and could be sold and maintained through the official dealer network. Fitted with a turbocharger, revised exhaust manifold and a sports exhaust which boosted power to 200bhp and 247lb/ft with bags of low down torque, it could sprint to 60mph in 6.5 seconds with a top speed of 143mph. Tocope with the extra performance it also gained uprated brakes and suspension and a special 'Kat' bodykit comprising colour-coded front grille, a deeper front spoiler, side-skirts, and a massive Cosworth RS500-style tea tray rear spoiler all fitted from new. This example has recently been subject to a comprehensive restoration which included the Tickford style 'Kat' bodykit and looks stunning. The previous two owners had the car for 20 years between them, both storing the car prior to the restoration process. The extensive body work included taking the car back to a bare shell, engine out, fully repainted, front seats re-trimmed before reconstruction with replacement parts where needed and either repaired or detailed where originality could be retained. Upon completion the car had a full service and final detail and our vendor informs us he has photos from the process which was very labour intensive, with three days alone spent ensuring the bonnet and doors were fitted and aligned well. Accompanyingthe car is the original Factory Turbo Technics certificate and extensive history file, and this car is now ready to be re-released onto the growing classic Ford scene after a comprehensive check over by the local Ford dealership and a new MoT certificate. A Capri that has cost considerably more to restore than its original price tag, this is an iconic piece of 80's engineering and certainly turns heads.]]

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  • RefCode: TA1176463
  • Make: MERCEDES-BENZ
  • Model: 380
  • Derivative: SL Roadster
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,983
  • Mileage (Miles): 87,665
  • Mileage (KM): 141,083
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Automatic
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

Introduced in early 1971, this impressive two-seater sports car replaced the 280 SL. The body and chassis of the third generation SL was considerably heavier and longer than its predecessor but it still showed a resemblance. The standard transmission provided a top speed of 130mph and a very respectable 0-62mph in 8.8 seconds. As with the previous generations of SLs, the vehicle came as an open roadster with a removable hardtop roof. The R107 body shape went on to become one of the longest running styles from Mercedes-Benz, remaining in production until 1989 with some 13 variants during the production run. This pleasant example of Mercedes-Benz's 'little black dress' is presented in metallic blue with matching blue interior. Purchased by a company chairman as his weekend conveyance, 361 TTU is described as being huge fun. Offered to auction with a V5C registration document and an MoT test certificate valid until 2nd October 2020, the sale of this Autobahn cruiser also includes the cherishedregistration number and the all important hardtop. This desirable V8 engined Mercedes promises to give miles and miles of enjoyment to its next owner.]]

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  • RefCode: TA1177018
  • Make: FORD
  • Model: ESCORT
  • Derivative: Ford Escort Mk. I Twin-Cam Race Replica
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,972
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Auction: 23rd Nov 2019 - Historics Auctioneers - Mercedes Benz World November 2019 Sale

![CDATA[The Mk. I Ford Escort was introduced in Ireland and the UK at the end of 1967 and made its show debut at the Brussels Motor Show in January 1968. It replaced the successful, long running Ford Anglia. The front suspension and steering gear were differently configured and the brakes were fitted with dual hydraulic circuits; also the wheels fitted on the Genk-built Escorts had wider rims. These models were hailed as an immediate success both domestically on the roads and for motor sport, particularly rallying/rallycross and hillclimbing. A higher performance version of this iconic car was produced for rallies and a racing version was available, the Escort Twin-Cam, which were built for Group 2 international rallying. It had an engine with a Lotus-made eight-valve twin camshaft head fitted to the 1.5 L non-crossflow block, which had a bigger bore than usual to give a capacity of 1,558cc. This engine had originally been developed for the Lotus Elan which had already proven itself in the marketplace, on the road and on the track. The Mk. I Escorts were incredibly successful and they eventually went on to become one of the most successful rally cars of all time. Only 883 of these rare sports cars were made. This fabulous Ford Escort was painstakingly built as a replica of the famous Mk. I Twin-Cam, thus resulting in the white example we have available here. Reproduced with a black bonnet, flared arches, spot/fog lights front and rear, four point harnesses, roll cage and quick release boot and bonnet, this Ford Escort takes on a familiar guise as the infamous Twin-Cam rallying legend we know so well.]]

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