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The Escort Mk-1 concept follows in the footsteps of the many recent retro-styled concepts coming out of American and European design studios including the.Make, ford (Benchmark model, escort Mk-1, concept year 2007.These concept, and production, cars have been extremely popular both with designers and the general public often rekindling a long forgotten desire to own such a car.Can it be saved?Ford Reflex, ford Interceptor).Ford MA, ford Visos, ford Mustang, ford Iosis.
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The Concept Ford Escort Mk-1 from Benchmark is styled to look more like the successful rally car than the roadgoing model, incorporating the flared arches, race wheels (in this case nikki benz escort service 20 integrated spotlights, and racing paintwork.Car fanatic Philip Glenister and internationally renowned car designer Ant Anstead are on a mission - to scour the barns and lock ups of Britain for wrecked treasures to bring to life.Production year, engine, the Ford Escort Mk-1 concept comes from Coventry University MA Automotive Design Graduate Rajesh Kutty and Benchmark Modelmaking Ltd.Similar and related vehicles: Ford Airstream, ford GTX1 Roadster, ford IndiGo, ford Thunderbird.Ford Forty-Nine, ford SYNus, ford 021c, ford Punk.Sunday 8pm Channel 4, catch up on 4oD: ant Anstead visits a neglected 1964 Mini that's been sitting unused in car collector Don Larkin's garage for 20 years.1960 Morris Mini, mk1 - Cold start and drive attempt in the Alps (Down to -25C).#252 : Buddha Buck : (view all by) : August 05, 2014, 08:07 PM : clew #249: In the font I see for this page, "I" and "l" are indistinguishable, so I have a tendency to read "Io!" as if it were "Lo!".