andyd wrote:It looked cold out of the sun but again not a bad turnout for the time of year, some nice 80's Fords and some not so familiar...
Roll on springtime lets get back out there
Andrew 2.8i wrote:I guess that a lot of Fords are still sorned, so fair play to the RS1800 owner. According to the Hagerty valuation tool, that's now worth a cool £72,000!
Andrew 2.8i wrote:andyd wrote:some nice 80's Fords
fair play to the RS1800 owner. According to the Hagerty valuation tool, that's now worth a cool £72,000!
Caprifan Rob wrote:My son was saying the organisers have been under a lot of pressure from the classic car fraternity moaning that 'it's not what it used to be' & are calling for segregated classic vs modern meets. Just can't see that working
pbar wrote:Nice pics as always Andrew, thanks for continuing to put them up for us all to enjoy.
Andrew 2.8i wrote:The E-types (if you look closely, you'll see that there were two of them, both the same colour) were both immaculate. Goodness knows how much they are worth these days, so it's great that the owners drive them during the winter months.
The more down to earth classics, like the Fiesta, also attract a great deal of attention from the public, and rightly so!
pbar wrote:Very nice Andy. Think I would suffer with the too good to drive syndrome with that one though, You would literally see dozens of these a day at one time, it's madness that now you would be amazed to see just one.
andyd wrote:It's so basic it's amusing, but everyone loves them
Caprifan Rob wrote:andyd wrote:It's so basic it's amusing, but everyone loves them
It's my favourite Fiesta, I know the XR2 is quicker but the looks on the Super Sport are spot on. That white one is stunning.
Paul G wrote:Liked the RS1800 and the Fiesta's but the values are getting silly even on XR2's. I remember buying a year old one back in the late eighties, paid less than £5K. Lovely car in Paris blue - or it was until I split up with my bitch of an ex and she took off with it! Still got my little Mk2 1.1 Pop plus, ought to get it MOT'd and bring it down sometime.
My other favorite in this bunch of pictures has to be, dare I say it, the Capri's arch-nemisis - the green Opel Manta A (Mk1). Looked like a small European Corvette in some ways.
Hi Paul,Paul G wrote:My other favorite in this bunch of pictures has to be, dare I say it, the Capri's arch-nemisis - the green Opel Manta A (Mk1)
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