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Ford Escort (1975-1980)

All you need to know about Ford Escort (1975-1980) from a scale modeler perspective.

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Category:
Vehicles - Cars
Vehicles - Cars
Also known as:
(Mk.II)
Used from:
1975–1980
Used by:
CivilRacing
Manufacturer:
EU Ford
Model:
Escort (1975-1980)

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Sporting Mk2 Escorts (Herridge & Sons Ltd )
Sporting Mk2 Escorts The Originality Guide to the Sporting Variants of the Ford E...
Dan Williamson
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srbarco added a new photoalbum.
7 | 5. September, 11:19
HuetMotors
great job !
5. September, 11:35
matt
thas great, i wanted to do this one but the stratos kit i bought put me off italeris, the simplicity of it and the amount of prep the shell needs doesn't justify the price imo, what was this ones shell like.
5. September, 11:50
srbarco
thanks, the problem of this kit are the wheels, that i changed the position. i dont had any problems with the other parts of the kit.
5. September, 13:44
Julian Herrero aka Yuri
Like it .... Vatanen + Escort .... wonderful combination !
18. October, 06:39
srbarco added a new project.
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1:24 Ford Escort RS1800 Mk.II (Italeri 3650)
 
5. September, 11:11
Disaster|Magnet added a new project.
6 | 18. July 2020, 18:28
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matt
not sure about a model fs1e tho, i've never seen one
30. July, 09:26
Disaster|Magnet
That's a wee beastie - much of it hand-built/modified, from what I can see in the picture. I've never had or ridden a Yamaha, so I can't comment.

My bike looked like this, in all its pre-restriction torque glory - although the blue is darker in real life than these photos:

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3. August, 19:46
matt
thats a nice little bike, they make good cafe racer bases 🙂
4. August, 02:27
Disaster|Magnet
They were even advertised with a rev limit of 12,000.
Now you can't find a good one on the road that isn't a full restoration, and I've seen those for sale at £5k, or - worse still - price on request. The internet is full of photos of them, but they never seem to be of bikes that actually exist now. Mine was written off in a collision, and I assume that most of the others were as well. ,
I know my little 125 Keeway has fuel injection, combined braking with disc brakes all-round, electric starter, etc., all the mod cons. But I do still miss my CB. That Honda replaced it with the anaemic 125 Superdream is an insult (although the 404 and CBR600F made up for it).
4. August, 10:42
matt
prices have gone mad in the last few years, exactly the reason i'm gonna hang on to my nsr
4. August, 13:04
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