1977 road legal 😳MKll Ford Escort Rally Car 2.0 colin McRae stamped Block [feb 17th]

Live draw 17th February 2023 @ 10:15 PM
99999 tickets available
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1977 road legal 😳MKll Ford Escort Rally Car 2.0 colin McRae stamped Block [feb 17th]

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Reg – POI 4978 2.0L Millington Diamond engine with Colin McRae Stamped block. Mileage – 300 since build 3 Previous Owners. Heritage : It was the Escort that really put Ford on the rallying map, proving capable of winning World Championship events from 1968 when the Twin Cam model was the works’ frontline rally car, right through to 1981 when Ari Vatanen became World Rally Champion driving an Escort RS. Ford customers could choose between GT and 1.6-litre Twin Cam or – later on – RS1600 and Mexico models. Manufactured at Ford’s Advanced Vehicles Operations plant, the latter pair were closely related, the Mexico being, in effect, an RS1600 fitted with a 1.6-litre OHV Kent engine in place of the RS1600’s 16-valve Cosworth BDA. Both models had shortcomings: the Mexico being not fast enough for many while the ‘homologation special’ RS1600, although very quick, was expensive to produce and required careful maintenance. The answer lay in a new model: the RS2000. Powered by the 2.0-litre single-overhead camshaft Pinto engine, the RS2000 was a huge success, proving quicker than the Mexico and easier to live with than the RS1600. SMC Heritage are extremely proud to present this wonderful MkII Ford Escort which is currently set up in a Tarmac Rally style. This Royal blue with period liveried Escort is powered by a famous Diamond Millington engine in the 2.0L guise, but does indeed have the incredibly sought after Colin McRae stamped block, proving its wonderful heritage. With only twenty blocks originally set aside by Millington Engines, this is the rare 2.0 litre version producing 257 bhp. This engine is also the last stamped block of the McRae allocation and has only covered 300 non-competitive miles since its recent full rebuild at Millington Engineering. Set up for the Tarmac stages with the car MSA ‘Vehicle Passport’ valid up until 22/11/2027. With an abundance of high end parts and safety features, there has been no expense spared and this is a fantastic opportunity to own a rare, functional and competitive MkII Ford Escort with Colin McRae’s famous moniker stamped on the engine block. Only 3 previous owners on this wonderful example, adding to the wonderful provenance of this historic thoroughbred Ford Escort. Specifications 13×8 Revolution (Minilite style) Full set of new Toyo Proxes R888 Fully Shaped 4mm Rally Mudflaps Bronze Tinted Polycarbonate Windows Heated front screen Fibreglass Bumpers FORD Grille PIAA Rally spec spotlights with Alloy Spot lamp brackets. TRS Towing Strap 10mm thick alloy sump guard Fibreglass bonnet and boot with alloy bonnet and boot hinges for weight reduction DTM style door mirrors Interior A very clean and well presented interior which is equipped to a high standard and with safety at the forefront, the design is practical and efficient with no expense spared. Race Technology DASH2 flocked stack dash Carbon Door cards Sparco ADV Seats (2018) Alloy seat mounts TRS Helmet net TRS Wheel Strap OMP Deep dish steering wheel and quick release boss Electronic fitted power steering EPS adjuster Lifeline 4 ltr electrical plumbed in, fire extinguisher Lifeline 2 ltr handheld fire extinguisher Motomec foot rest custom drivers foot rest Brake system Ford bias pedal box with adjuster AP Cylinders APCP5219 Calipers (front) AP Discs Rix Engineering bells Rix Engineering mounts Ferodo DS2500 brake pads Braided brake lines throughout Wales motorsport WRC Alloy Hydraulic handbrake Billet AP H/H cylinder AP CP2577 calipers with handbrake mechanism AP discs AP Bells Mintex brake Pads Gearbox Quaife 5 speed 26z sequential gearbox with standard height gear lever RS2000 bellhousing AP external mounted clutch slave cylinder Custom gearbox mounts One piece prop shaft Suspension Rix Engineering world cup cross member Rix Engineering WRC type Track control arms Compression Struts (adjustable in situ) Rix Engineering Alloy hubs with group 4 studs Rix Engineering Special WRC type front legs WRC alloy hub assembly Bilstein 300/100 inserts (front) Rix Engineering 2.4 quick rack Rix Engineering rose jointed steering arms 225lbs front springs 2 piece alloy rose jointed top mounts Bilstein coilovers with rear rose joints 18lbs rear springs Heavy duty 4 link bars Engine 2.0L Millington Diamond (257bhp) with stamped Colin McRae plate on the block Millington tapered throttle bodies Millington dry sump system TLE 4-1 manifold Tony Law full exhaust system Omex ECU and loom High torque starter Alternator Light weight flywheel AP 2 piece paddle clutch Chassis mounted AH dry sump tank 2 alloy breather tanks (engine and D/S tank) Braided hoses and fast flow alloy fittings for the oil and fuel Alloy radiator Silicone hoses Remote filter Motomec oil cooler Alloy 54 litre tank (12 gallon) Twin Bosch fuel pumps with filter in torques cradle Axle Squires fully floating wide atlas axle 5:1 crown and wheel pinion Gripper LSD 18 spline shafts alloy hubs Group 4 studs Alloy strengthening plate Watts linkage kit Misc Harry Hockley full weld in roll cage Fully seam welded Full RS2000 strengthening kit Chassis mounts Gearbox mounts Group 4 strut brace Large gearbox tunnel L/H and R/H exhaust tunnels Historic spec 2 piece 4 link boxes 4 strengthened link gussets 15” front inner wheel arches Group 4 Monte Carlo alloy rear arches 3 piece bulkhead strengthener plate Bulkhead to chassis gussets Top and bottom rad cut out panel 15” rear tubs Round turrets Custom fire wall Custom bulkhead CDS round tube seat rails Watts linkage towers

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