1966 Ford Cortina
Introducing the 1966 Ford Cortina, a classic car that will take you on a nostalgic journey down memory lane. This family-sized car was created by Ford of Britain using the project name "Archbishop" and was designed to be sold in large numbers. The chief designer, Roy Brown Jr., ensured that the car had a sleek and stylish look, making it a favorite of car enthusiasts.
The Cortina was launched in 1962 and was produced in five generations until 1982. It was the successor to the Ford Consul Classic and was named after the Italian ski resort Cortina d'Ampezzo, where several Cortinas were driven down the Cortina Olympic bobsled run at the resort in a publicity stunt which Ford called "Cortina Auto-Bobbing.”
This particular 1966 Ford Cortina has only had 4 owners since it was first registered on 28th April 1966. With under 58,000 miles on the clock, it has plenty of life left in it. The car comes in a stylish beige color with a white roof, and a stunning red interior, making it a true classic beauty.
The Ford Cortina is powered by a 1500cc engine and features an automatic transmission, providing a smooth and effortless driving experience. The car has also been fitted with a new stainless steel exhaust system, ensuring that it performs at its best.
This classic car is not only a collector's item but also ready for some weekend fun. It comes with lots of invoices and paperwork, providing peace of mind to the new owner. Don't miss out on the opportunity to own a piece of automotive history. Get behind the wheel of the 1966 Ford Cortina and experience the thrill of driving a classic car.
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