Ex Geoff McGladdery and veteran to Monte Carlo and International rallies, it has recently been completely rebuilt and is in pristine condition and ready for its next big adventure.
Previously owned by Graham Sykes, former Vicar of St. Peter’s, Bromyard. Current owner took the car with the Bromyard Motor Club to the Grand Prix de Tours in 2015.
The Mk2 Ford Focus ST powered by Volvo’s famous T5 engine but with added rework from Ford, taking it from the 2.4 to a 2.5 and branded as the I5 Duratec. This engine was later used in the Mk2 Ford Focus RS but Ford changed numerous engine components, which raised the horsepower figure from 225bhp – 305bhp. I would […]
Replica of Timo Makinen’s 1975 RAC winning car. Signed by Ari Vatanen who won the British championship on 1976 also in the original Allied Polymer car.
Only one previous owner. Present owner since 2003, when it was rebuilt to FIA specification as a rally car. Originally an A frame rear suspension car it now has leaf springs. Has just been rebuilt again after a decade of competition. Overall winner 2005 Emerald Isle Classic rally.
Fully working tarmac rally car with Pinto motor producing 175bhp. Disc brakes all round. Limited slip differential. Straight cut close ratio gearbox. Very loud inside and out. Done in a colour scheme to honour the late Roger Clark and his famous Cossack livery.
The Falcon Sprint was the first Ford chosen to represent the company in their “Total Performance” strategy in the 1960’s. The 63 Sprint was entered in European rallies that year and almost won the Monte Carlo rally on its first attempt, later in the year the car won the Geneva and Tulip rallies. A rare […]
After owning an identical car during my twenties, I figured it was time to get another as I enter my twilight years. I bought VTH 821T three years ago and have carried out much mechanical and detail work to bring it up to its present standard.
Only about 500 Racing Pumas were built by Tickford, for UK sales only. Tickford were also responsible for the RS500 and RS200 cars. Ford nearly named it the RS Puma. Unbelievably, when new, they were more expensive than a Subaru Impreza Turbo. The Racing Pumas are wider than the normal Puma by about 3.5 […]