|Registration Number:||FAX 413K|
|Otherwise known as:|
|Model:||Mk3 Cortina GXL DOHC 16v 1988cc.|
|Type:||4-Cylinder Bakkie Pick-up Truck Manual.|
|Year Of Manufacture:||1972.|
|Owned From:||I NEVER OWNED IT.|
|Colour(s):||Met Light Blue.|
|Submitted by:||Paul A Pearson|
|Email:||Email via DriveArchive|
|First Joined:||05 February 2003|
|Notes:||Was For Sale (NOT BY ME) in Blackburn, Lancashire on E-Bay for £4.999 (May 2018).
DVLA Records show First Registered 01 October 2015 and it is Taxed until 01 May 2019.
MOT Expires: 14 September 2018.
According to www.newreg.co.uk This registration was issued, but they dont have an accurate issue date. The original office for this letter combination is Monmouthshire C.C.
|Modifications:||This car was imported from South Africa it is a true CORTINA pick-up not a later P100. It has had all import taxes paid and is now registered as a UK vehicle with historic taxation classification and has a current MOT until 14th September 2018. It has been converted to a GXL lookalike with quad headlight set up and GXL sloping dasboard including correct GXL gauges which are all working correctly. In November 2016 it was converted by Performance Conversions of Essex to a 2ltr 16v DOHC injection engine coupled to a Sierra MT75 5 speed gearbox with associated loom and cooling system and Sierra power steering. Braking system has been uprated with a servo, Ford Capri vented discs , Granada calipers, 9 inch rear brakes and new brake lines.. Front suspension had new bushes and joints where needed. Car is not perfect there are always little bits to do on old Fords e.g. door handles need greasing and adjusting but all major mechanical parts are good working order and its ready to drive away. It has a durable waterproof lining to the buck and a tailor made load cover. This is a rare and with its modifications now unique vehicle and suitable for every day use or as a show car.|
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