Ford Cortina and Escort Mk I and Mk II models brought family motoring to millions of people from the early 1960s. These Fords were straightforward, easy to drive and simple to maintain, and their popularity has been sustained largely because of this. Their basic simplicity of design and inherent ruggedness means that they are ideal candidates for DIY restoration. The booming owners' club movement and the continuing availability of spare parts ensures that these cars will have a strong following for many years to come.Über den Autor:
Kim Henson has had an interest in cars for as long as he can remember. He was a staff writer on Practical Motorist from 1978 to 1985, and since then has been working as a full-time freelance writer, producing features for a number of motoring publications including Practical Motorist and Practical Classics. He lives at Poole in Dorset.
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