This is a rare Euro spec Cortina 1500 GT, found for sale on Ebay UK in June 2018. Looks in very original condition, but we suspect a bit of rust hidden under the burgundy paint, with the sills looking a bit filled with bog. According to the seller, the car was originally from Greece.
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The first MK3 Cooper S added to Classic Register - we're working on an information guide for these, a very rare Cooper S variety. This one was originally advertised on Ebay UK, and looks tou be a real survivor, with original paint and trim. Not much else is knowni about the car, and the seller at the time provided limited details. At the time of sale (2017 I think), it was asking a big $30,000 GBP.
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Thought it would be nice to find another GTO Galant to add to the register. This amazing restoration project is detailed further at the following link: http://forum.retro-rides.org/thread/61522/1976-galant-4g54-turbo-update?page=1
I grabbed a few of the best pictures and added them to the cars profile here on Classic Register.
This 1275 GT has its original v5c logbook, and is ready for restoration, with all the correct codes and tags in place. This is an early 12 inch wheel model, and according to the seller retains its original front and rear seat trim, as shown in the images.
Genuine Ford Escort Mk1 RS2000, finished in Sebring red, with only 74,000km on the clock. The seller notes that the body never been reconditioned or modified.
It has a Type 49 body shell, and was wax oiled as a factory option. Brakes. suspension. drive train and engine fully serviced and Overhauled. Thousands spent on parts. all original parts not fitted to car are available.
This rare M635 CSI was advertised on Ebay UK, located in the West Midlands of the UK in April 2017. There were just over 4,000 of these produced in total, and only 524 were right hand drive.
The car is in fairly rough condition, and looks like more of a ‘paddock find’ than a ‘barn find’. Of course, it’s certainly worth saving despite its condition.
This 970cc Cooper S sold in 2014 through handh.co.uk. The 970cc-powered Cooper S was a homologation special that accounted for just 963 sales. Stated to have had seven custodians to date and to have been dry-stored for twenty-seven years prior to entering the current ownership, 'EBH 243B' was treated to an extensive restoration in 2010/2011.