2008 Ford Focus ST-500

Rare, 1 of 500 Limited Edition Focus ST with potent 5-pot turbo engine developing 225bhp; a discreetly menacing machine

Dating from March 2008 this ‘finale’ version of the popular MkII Focus ST was limited to just 500 (hence the name!) and utilises the proven Volvo-sourced 2.5-litre turbo-charged 5-cylinder engine developing 225Bhp driving the front wheels via manual transmission.

To differentiate it from the regular ST model, all ST-500’s are finished in metallic black with most having the silver central stripe to echo Ford’s classic racing livery from their 1969 Le Mans outing.

This car appears not to have had the outlandish silver bonnet, or stripe and looks rather meaner as a result. It does however boast the other ST-500 accoutrements over the stock ST spec including red-leather trim, making those big, figure hugging Recaro seats look even more inviting, sat nav, rain sensing wipers and ST-500 decals.

Showing just 83,000 miles, this presentable car looks well as a 3-door variant in black, sitting on 18-inch alloy wheels finished in silver/grey and appears to be in stock order (unmodified) with no obvious modifications we could see, or the known to the vendor.

The car’s history file includes the V5C showing 10 previous owners, 2 old MOTs, VOSA MOT history print-out and the current MOT valid until November 2021 with just 2 advisories recorded for wear to all 4 tyres and front coil springs corroded.

Ready to be enjoyed, this Fast Ford was driven up to us from the Forest of Dean by its elderly owner with a smile on his face. Buyers please note, the car was recorded Damaged, Category-D in June 2016.

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Reg No: SD08EZN
Chassis Number: WF03XXGCD37M03818
Engine Number: 7M03818
Engine Size: 2501
Docs: V5C; 2 old MOTs; current MOT Nov-21 with 2 advisories

Estimate: £5,000+

Lot 102

Lot ended

Thursday 28/10/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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