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"Clean Rally cars always wanted. Modern and Historic vehicles" .Ring for details on 01636 892799 or 07836 687481.

 

 

 

 

RED 4T

Ex Roger Clark

 

 

 

An opportunity to own a piece of Ford Motorsport history . A car built and run by RED , driven by Roger Clark in 1984 as the predecessor to the Sierra Cosworth, this car was built as a development car with a view to build and sell 200 of them and homologate into Group B. The car was originally built as a 2wd car and soon converted to 4wd in conjunction with Ford Motor co. using the ferguson 4wd system. Fitted with a Terry Hoyle 2.0 BDG engine with a huge KKK turbo ...giving 365bhp on fairly low boost. No doubt sounding awesome whistling and popping through the forest . All the other components were usual of the period - Bilstein dampers , AP brakes etc. The body shell looked like a rally car should do.. in true Group B style with wide arches and spoilers , big wheels , bespoke dash board and a rear bulkhead behind the seats etc .

 

This car has been in a time worp as it has been dry stored since the late 80's and not used . Making this a relatively straight forward restoration , there is no welding or fabrication to do just requires a full strip and rebuild - it really is in good original condition. (Not rotten or modifed)

 

I have several books and magazines, with pictures and editorial articles about this car , showing it being rallied and developed very publically , after Roger finished driving it , it was then famously driven by Louise Aitken-Walker in the National Championship with much success.

 

Its an exciting worth while project , with a Ford badge, Roger Clark's name on the door and a BDG engine in it .

what more can you ask for ?

 

Would make a great slowly sideways - Rallying with Group B car !

 

 

Serious enquiries only pls

 

may consider p/ex

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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