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1970 Ford Cortina MKII 1600 GT
No Reserve

Lot 15 (The Motor House, Warrington, 16th December 2020)

Sold for £5,062

(including buyers premium)


Lot details

Registration No: SVR345H
Chassis No: KR96285
MOT: Exempt

  • Delivered new to South Africa
  • Recent engine oil change however gearbox plus rear axle oil required
  • 78,600 recorded miles
  • Offered with V5c and imported into the UK in 2014
  • Used as a promotional vehicle for the Holdsworth cycling team and livered the same as in period

Introduced in autumn 1966, the Ford Cortina MKII was styled in-house by Roy Haynes. Employing much the same floorpan as its predecessor complete with independent front suspension, a 'live' rear axle and disc / drum brakes, it nevertheless benefited from a wider track and revised steering geometry. Unveiled at the October 1967 Paris Motor Show, the 1600E utilised the same lowered suspension settings and tuned four-cylinder Kent `crossflow' engine as its Lotus-Cortina and GT 1600 siblings respectively. Visually distinguished by a black grille, front foglights and plated Rostyle wheels, the newcomer also boasted an upmarket interior complete with a woodgrain-trimmed dashboard and door cappings, bucket seating, sports steering wheel and extensive instrumentation. Capable of nigh-on 100mph and brisk acceleration, the model was facelifted for 1969 but phased out the following August after some 55,833 four-door and 2,749 two-door (export only) cars had been built.

Vendor Condition Ratings:

Bodywork: 'Excellent'
Engine: 'Very Good'
Electrical Equipment: 'Good'
Paintwork: 'Good'
Gearbox: 'Very Good'
Interior Trim: 'Average'

For more information, please contact:
James McWilliam
james.mcwilliam@handh.co.uk
07943 584760

 

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