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John Mack

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    mk5 2.0 Ghia

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  1. John Mack

    Can anybody help?

    Is this for a mk3 ?......and assuming you mean the lower valance as opposed to rear panel ? Will keep an eye out
  2. 2.0 GL auto here but obviously spec and location are an issue....but a sound shell by the looks of it, and for £2k + a bit. 1980 Ford Cortina 2.0 GL Automatic For Sale (carandclassic.co.uk)
  3. What about replacing the union with something that won't fall out, I remember someone in another post had used screw in type like the one below ?? Straight connector 1/8NPTx6mm brass (burtonpower.com)
  4. Feeling your pain, hope you can get it resolved.
  5. Honestly, I didn't know if there was such a thing....but the front is instantly recognisable and it was definitely an estate/shooting break/long-roof/call-it-what-you-will !!
  6. Today I collected a set of wheels and bumper that Steve kindly collected and paid for me, he stored them in his garage until I was able to collect today. Steve, you're a great guy and Cortina enthusiast, and it's folks like Steve who make this forum a great place to congregate and talk(and buy and sell!) CORTINA !! Thanks again, John.
  7. White Ford Corsair Estate south bound on the A1 at Metro Centre/Gateshead, ok not a Cortina but it made me smile.
  8. White Ford Corsair Estate south bound on the A1 at Metro Centre/Gateshead, ok not a Cortina but it made me smile.
  9. Would I be right in saying the 2nd terminal is for feeding the coil to bypass the ballast wire when cranking?
  10. A BIG THANK YOU to you Steve for taking the time to do this. It's things like this that make a good forum a great forum. Will be in touch.
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