Escort mk2 for sale
Although not another exactly where to next, Will is miniature to the V8 or BMW location as an hibiscus, also keeping an eye out for other footprints to order to life. Buttonhole cc, Zetec Item: James decided that he clear some more power and painted displacement to cc. The fastenings number is repeated and design hand-stamped on the edition-duty grain-welded offside suspension top in in primer grey paint.
Genuine Ford mud flaps are fitted and all glass is correct Sekurit branded with the bronze tint. The black vinyl roof with the Tudor Riviera Webasto sunroof has been fitted mmk2 new. The Protectol rustproofing treatment is visible confirmed by the certificate and applied one day before the car was registered. This car is guaranteed to excite and reward the most discerning collector. Matching cut pile carpets and fully trimmed door panels are in excellent condition. Beautiful Warm Black plastics only fitted from August models are pristine and the RS instrument panel houses fully functional gauges and bright orange needles.
Classic Ford Escort for Sale
The Smiths Quartz clock and heater fan Escorrt both speed settings operates faultlessly. Fine details such has the original warning sticker for the heated rear salle and green BSI stickers on the seat Escprt buckles will please purists. The Ford logo on the passenger door sill remains as does the supplying dealer rear window sticker. The seat material has stretched giving a slight crease and the rear parcel shelf, although immaculate, has warped slightly at the window edge. The luggage compartment has the original Custom spec cut pile carpet extending over the spare wheel colour code sticker attached to the rear panel and even the pen markings to the boot floor!
The Ford jack in the hessian bag is present along with the wheel brace.
Very close to a new showroom experience in ! The free-flowing cast-iron exhaust manifold with the legendary RS logo is present Escrt with the small heat shield Escort mk2 for sale protects the Ford logo black siliconised spark plug leads. Service items are clearly labelled Motorcraft. James Christie had a different idea. The owner at the time figured it was not worth fixing so we happily snapped it up. Running a modest cc crossflow and a five-speed Sierra gearbox, the Escort made for a neat little daily driver to school and back every day. However, like most builds, James was never satisfied and dreamed of further improvements.
After finishing high school he landed a job and purchased another Mk2 Escort with the intention of keeping fir modifying his original one. The second Mk2 became a daily driver, while the original was Escort mk2 for sale under the knife. Gaining inspiration from the UK Escort scene, James removed the original Escorg motor from Edcort car and refitted the Escort with dale Zetec engine, most commonly found in Ford Focus and Mondeo models. Ford kept the same bolt pattern for their bellhousing over the years, which allowed the engine to bolt directly to a Sierra gearbox.
James decided that he wanted some more power and increased displacement to cc. To do so the engine received custom 86mm forged Wiseco pistons, H-beam Eagle rods and a balanced crankshaft to create a little monster of an engine. The overall look of the engine is topped off with the inclusion of 90mm individual throttle bodies, Kent camshafts and adjustable cam gears, and stainless-steel headers. A modified set of Bilstein shocks up front with reset leaf springs in the rear dropped the Escort a few inches lower to the ground.