The Complete Catalogue of the Ford Escort Mk1 & Mk2

All rear-wheel drive Escort variants from around the world, 1968-1980

The Complete Catalogue of the Ford Escort Mk1 & Mk2
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Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133740
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Description

Escorts Mk1 and Mk2 were built in huge numbers around the world, in Britain, France, Germany, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. During the life of the models, no less than 130 different variants were produced, ranging from the 2-door base model saloon through four-doors, vans and estates, campers and plush Ghia models to the highly desirable sporting versions like the Twin-Cam and RS models. In addition there were special editions by companies such as Allard, Crayford, Broadspeed, Lawrencetune, Uren and Willment. For every variant, The Complete Catalogue of the Ford Escort Mk1 & Mk2 provides specifications and a description, and all of them are illustrated.

The author

Ford Escorts have been a fixture in Dan Williamson’s life for longer than he remembers. Early childhood spent sliding across the seats of his dad’s GT-engined Mk1 instilled an anorak-level addiction to fast Fords. Like most Escort enthusiasts, his condition is incurable. Dan was given his first car when he was 15, a 1972 Mk1 that’s perhaps best described as a long-term project. It currently shares garage space with a ’71 Mexico, a 1600 Sport and a variety of other Fords, from modern STs to a pair of RS Cosworths. Dan trained as a newspaper reporter before becoming a motoring journalist in 1997, working for the UK’s leading automotive publishers – a role that involved driving (and owning) many of the models in this book. Today he’s an editor and contributor to a variety of magazines, including Fast Ford and Classic Ford. Dan lives in rural Lincolnshire, where he dreams about discovering a barn-stored RS1800. Don’t we all…

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781906133740
Illustrations: 350+ color & b-w photos
Size: 8.5 in x 10.5 in / 215.9 mm x 266.7 mm
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