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


Sierra RS Cosworth Group A Rally car
FIA Historic J2

Built to full FIA historic regulations with current FIA papers to enable this car to compete on historic rallies anywhere around the world !


Built to minimum weight for Tarmac rallying.
Weld in roll cage, shell prepared to Gp.A. and in very good rust free condition.
Full spec engine 0 miles since rebuild, (Dyno sheet included showing 342bhp & 485nm torque)
optimised ECU and roller bearing Turbo (38mm FIA Historic)
twin plate paddle clutch on steel flywheel
Getrag GP.A gear box with long bell housing,
AP 4 pot racing brakes all round, 330mm front and 285mm rear.
Adj Bias pedal box, hyd hand brake
Mag/Alloy GpA front uprights,
Alloy adjustable tca ,
Adjustable compression struts,
bladed anti roll bars front & Rear
coil over Bilsteins alround with Gp.A top mounts
Uprated / plated rear LSD, H duty mounting, diff skid, tarmac ratio,
rose joint rear trailing arms,
Alloy fuel tank & side filler,
Alloy Radiator
Kevlar sump & gear box guard
17” wheels,
HID bonnet lamp pod,
heated windsrceen,
pro braided wiring loom
Flocked dash & VDO gauges
Trip meter & Elec extinguishers
In date Seats and Hans compatible seat belts
RHD but could be converted to LHD at extra cost.

Full previous history of car known - This car started life in "Presspart" colours prepared by Cyril Bolton & won 2 rallies with Colin McRae driving in 1989.
Car was then exported and lost the original UK number plate.

It has since been fully rebuilt 2 years ago with new motorsport shell and parts - less than 200 miles only.


A genuine alternative to a Gp.4 Escort, and a much faster car, cheaper to buy and to run ! !


Capable of winning Historic rallies outright/overall.


Priced very sensible to sell.


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