1991 Ford Escort Cabriolet


Showing 88,000 miles; very respectable example with the 1600 EFi crossflow engine; nine service stamps to the book, bundles of old MOTs including the current one running until May 2021


The name ‘Escort’ has come a long way since 1955, first appearing on the estate version of the 100E Anglia, and it’s not uncommon for them to have travelled a few miles over the years. This one is still under the six figure mark and shows just 88,000 on the clock.  
Multiple MOTs on file and the service history spanning its early life appear to confirm the mileage, tracking it all the way back to its initial 1500 and 6000 mile services. The car has been registered to quite a few owners over the years, although the overall condition does imply that most have given it the correct care and attention over time.  
The most recent history and maintenance done on the car was back in 2016, when it was given a small birthday in the form of new cambelt, filters, plugs, fuel pump and a clutch kit. At the same time, a new hood was bought and fitted for the cost of £890. We understand this is also still in fully working order. In May, this year it was awarded its most recent MOT, with only some minor advisories on some tyre wear and a small oil leak.  
‘The freedom of open-top motoring is yours for the asking in the new, sleek – and sporty – Escort Cabriolet.’ That’s what the brochure said so it’s now up to you whether you would like one to take home with you.

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Reg No: H131DHY
Chassis Number: WF0LXXGKALMD67007
Engine Number: MD67007
Engine Size: 1596

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 55

Lot ended

Thursday 05/11/2020

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

£2,002
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