Gallery of all other Ford Models not covered in the main sections

 

 

The Ford France Team Anglias from the 1962 Monte Carlo Rally.

No 166 Bertaut/Greder   - No 114 Trintignant/Cavrois
No 123 Masson/Vinatier - No 182 Riviere/Geminiani
No 112 Blanchoud/Rosetti

Made using a diecast base and Arena Transkits.

Anglia

Monte Carlo 1960

Diecast Base
Arena Transkit 

Graham Hill

 

 

 

 


 


Puma S1600 from the 2002 Monte Carlo Rally, driven by Martin Rowe and Chris Wood and was forced to retire on SS 10 with mechanical problems.  Hand built from a Resin kit.

 


 

 


A pair of Puma S1600s from the 2002 Monte Carlo Rally. Both cars were entered by the Ford Rallye Sport Junior Team, the no 55 car is driven by François Duval and Jean-Marc Fortin and won its class 6, the no 67 car is driven by Daniel Carlsson and Per Karlsson and finished 4th in its class 6.


 


Puma

Ford Puma Cup

Ford Germany
Dealer model

Minichamps

 

 

 

 


 

 

Ford Falcon XT GT

London Sydney
Marathon 1968

Vaughan

Trax
TR24G

 

 


Driven by Ian Vaughan, Bob Forsyth and Jack Ellis, this Ford Falcon finished 3rd in the 1968 London to Sydney Marathon.


 

  

Ford Fiesta S2000

Condroz Rally 2010

Martin/Smets

Diecast Base Custom Decals

 

 

 

Anthony Martin and Arnaud Smets retired on Special Stage 2 with Radiator problems.

 


 

 

Ford Fiesta

Monte Carlo
1979

Clark/Porter

Detail Cars
ART.505

 




Roger Clark and Jim Porter finished 13th in the 1979 Monte Carlo Rally.


 

 

Ford Fiesta

Monte Carlo
1980

Servià/Brustenga

Detail Cars
ART.504

 

 

 

Salvador Servià and Alex Brustenga driving the RAC Catalunya Team entry, finished in equal 9th position in the 1980 Monte Carlo Rally.


 

  
Ford Fiesta

Rallye Sanremo
1981

Cunico/Mussa

Detail Cars

 

 

 
    

Franco Cunico and Eraldo Mussa retired in special stage 14 with head gasket problems in the 1981 Rallye Sanremo.


 
Ford Fiesta
Gr. 2

Hockenheim
Hill Climb
1980

Maniscalco

Competition 43


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



A very rare model of Liborio Maniscalco's Jagermeister sponsored Group 2 Ford Fiesta that competed in the 1980 Hill Climb Championships at  Hockenheim 1980.   This was made using a standard Ixo base and a transkit from Competition 43.



Ford 999

1902

Barney Oldfield

Brumm
R15

 

 



In 1902 Ford built a pair of special racing cars, the 999 - named after a record breaking train - became one of the most successful cars of its day, scoring numerous victories in the habds of the talented extrovert Barney Oldfield.



Ford Fiesta ST

Tour de Corse
2006 (37th)

Biason/
Beynet

RMS
Resin Kit



 

If you are thinking of building this kit be warned; the finish is very poor and requires a lot of work and it has the worst set of decals that I have ever had the misfortune to use, they have to be treated with kid gloves and even when coated, still tend to fall apart and flake.


 

Ford Transit WRT

2000

Martini
Colin McRae

Spark SO284

 

 

 

The World Rally Transit was built by the Ford of Britain PR team in 2000 and served as a promotional vehicle when the then new model Transit launched.

The Martini livery was the same as the Focus rally cars of that year. WRT featured lowered suspension, special carbon racing brake pads, full up-graded rally dashboard and five-point racing harness. Tuning uprated the standard 2.4-litre turbo-diesel engine to 165 bhp rather than the standard 75 bhp and gave a top speed of 130 mph. The 0-60 time is 7.9 seconds. Like Supervan 3 the WRT is now part of the Ford Heritage Collection.


 

 

Ford Transit

1975

Penthouse Racing

Spark SO294

 

 

 


Ford Transit used by Penthouse Racing Promotions during the 1975 F1 season.

 


  

Ford Transit
Supervan 3

2001

Spark
S0290

 

 

 

 


Supervan 3 was retired in 2001 after its appearance at the National Van Show in Brighton, where it was presented in authentic Royal Mail livery.  By then the F1 engine had been replaced for reasons of practicality by a Ford-Cosworth Pro Sports 3000 (V6) engine, which it retains today. Power is transmitted via a Hewland gearbox to the rear wheels.

 


 



Ford Transit
Supervan 3

1995

Spark
SO283







Built on a Ford C100 race car chassis and powered by a Ford Cosworth Pro Sports 3000 (V6) engine, power is transmitted via a Hewland gearbox to the rear wheels.  The recent recomissioning work included returning to the original 1984 Ford Motorsport livery.




Ford Transit
Supervan 2

1984

Spark
S0282

 

 

 

 

Sold


Supervan 2 debuted in 1984 at the Donington Truck Grand prix and was the work the work of Auto Racing Technology of Woolaston. Powered by a Ford Cosworth DFL engine, the long stroke version of the DFV F1 engine, it was clocked at 174mph at Silverstone.




Ford Transit
Supervan 1

1971

Terry Drury
Racing

Spark
S0281






The original Supervan, fitted with a 400 HP version of the high-performance 5-litre V8 engine used in Ford's Le Mans-winning GT40 sports cars, made its debut at Brands Hatch on Easter Monday 1971.

 


 

Ford Transit

Ford Transit
Racing

Unique Replicas
84201

Limited Edition

 

 




 

Australian V8 Super Cars


 

Ford BA Falcon

V8 Super Car
Series 2004

Max Wilson

Betta Electrical

Biante
B430702N

57 of 1000

 


 

 

Ford BA Falcon

V8 Super Car
Series 2005

Craig Lowndes

Betta Electrical

Carlectables
2888-0

2098 of 3250

 

 


 

 

Ford Falcon V8

V8 Super Car
Series 2002

Greg Ritter

Dick Johnson
Racing

Biante B430101K

394 of 2000


Dick Johnson Racing  is Australia's oldest touring car team. Founded by legendary driver Dick Johnson, the team has won 6 Australian Touring Car  Championship titles (5 of them by Johnson himself) and has taken 3 victories in Australia's hallmark race, the Bathurst 1000.

In 2002 Greg Ritter joined the team for endurance events and piloted a third car, #71 for a selection of other races. Greg's performance highlight was at the gruelling Bob Jane T-Marts 1000, where he teamed with 1980 F1 World Champion Alan Jones to record a respectable seventh.


 

Ford BA Falcon

V8 Super Car
Series 2004

Jason Bargwanna

Larkham Motor Sport

Carlectables
2010-6

555 of 1000

 


 

 

Ford Falcon XR8

V8 Super Car
Series 2003

John Bowe

Brad Jones
Racing

Biante
B430702D

707 of 2000




 

Ford Falcon XR8

V8 Super Car
Series 2003

Rodney Forbes

Biante
B430702H

310 of 2000

 





 

Ford Falcon XR8

V8 Super Car
Series 2003

Greg Ritter

Biante
B430702G

96 of 2000

 




 

Ford Falcon V8

V8 Super Car
Series

Craig Baird

Carlectables
43023

140 of 750



Stone Brothers Racing is one of the premier motorsport teams competing in the Australian V8 Supercar series, formed in 1998 by experienced New Zealand-born motorsport veterans, Ros Stone and Jim Stone.  In 2000 Craig Baird drove the Pirtek, car
and obtained the team's best finish,  a podium at Phillip Island.



 
Ford Falcon V8

V8 Super Car
Series

Neil Crompton

Carlectables
2006-1


3182 of 8000

 

 


Neil Crompton  is a well-known V8 Supercars presenter and commentator for Australia's Channel Seven. In 1998 Crompton started with Glenn Seton Racing, continuing with the team in its new identity as Ford Tickford Racing in 1999.


 

Ford Falcon GTHO

Bathurst 1971 (3rd)

David McKay

Trax TRS04

 

 

 


 

 

Ford Falcon GTHO

Bathurst 1971 (2nd)

Barnes/Skelton

Trax TRS04

 

 

 


 

 

Ford XC Falcon

Bathurst 1977

Moffat

Autoart

2840 of 3000

 

 

 

Allan Moffat and Colin Bond finished 1st and 2nd in their Moffat Ford Dealer Team  XC Falcons.

 


 

 

100E

Top Hat
Racing Series

Ed Glaister

Corgi
VA02112

0160 of 2020




The Top Hat Racing Series is for  historic touring cars and was created in 1999



Sierra XR4TI

Estoril 500
1986
 

Soper/
Niedzwiedz


Metal Kit
Custom decals

 

 

 



The Eggenberger Motorsport Ford Sierra XR4TI driven by Steve Soper and Klaus Niedzwiedz won the Estoril 500 which was round 14 of the European Touring Car Championship.



The Ruch Racing Team entered two Ford Mustangs in the 1993 and 1994 Deutschen Tourenwagen Masters driven by Jurgen and Gerd Ruch but had little success  

Ford Mustang GT

DTM 1993

G. Ruch

Minichamps
430938333


 

 

 

 

Ford Mustang GT

DTM 1994

J. Ruch

Minichamps
430948323

 

 

 

 





Ford Mustang GT

DTM 1993

J. Feucht

Minichamps
430938313

 

 

 


The Challenger entered this Ford Mustang in the 1993 Deutschen Tourenwagen Masters driven by J. Feucht again with little success


 

Ford Mustang GT

DTM 1992

Fred Räker

Minchamps base
Custom decals

 

 

 

 



Fred Räker started 10 races for Ruch Motorsport in the 1992 DTM but finished the season with no points.





Ford Mustang GTO

IMSA 1987

Lyn St. James

Starter
Custom Built 

 

 

  

 

A rare model of the Roush Racing Team's Ford Mustang GTO that competed in the 1987 IMSA series, driven by Lyn St. James.


 

Ford Mustang

Spa 24 Hours
1983

Martin/Martin/
Woodman

Mini Racing
0528
Handbuilt

 

 

Sold


Ford Belga Team/CC Racing entered Ford Mustang, driven by Philippe Martin, Jean-Michel Martin and Vince Woodman which was forced to retire after 9 hours due to an accident.


 

 

 
Ford Mustang

Ecurie Ford France 1965

Solido
1922








 


 

 

 

Anglia 105E

RAC 1959

Hall/Burt

Vanguards
VA00129

1064 of 1200

 

 

Anne Hall and Patsy Burt driving their Ford Anglia 105E won the Ladies Trophy, 20th overall in the 1959 RAC Rally.


 

 

Anglia

Monte Carlo
1963

Vinatier/Masson

Altaya

 

 

 

 


 

 

Anglia Grp 5
Broadspeed

BRSCC 1966

Anita Turner

Vanguards
BA1002

1471 of 5000

 

 

Anglia Grp 5
Broadspeed

BRSCC 1966

John
Fitzpatrick

Vanguards
BA1002

1471 of 5000

 

Team Broadspeed won the 1966 British Racing and Sportscar Club Championship with 7 class wins out of 8 with cars driven by John Fitzpatrick and Anita Taylor.



Allardette Anglia

Mid Wales
Stages 1996

Fox/Hall

Vanguards
VA1007

5553 of 7500

 



The Allardette Anglias had a race tuned 1500cc engine built by the Allard Motor Company in the 1960's. This model is a 1964 model restored and raced by Martin Fox.




Anglia

Tulip Rally 1949

Wharton/Cooke

Corgi D16/1

 

 

 

 

 


A Ford works sponsored car, Anglia ONO563 was fitted with a 10 bhp export engine.  Driven by Ken Wharton and Joy Cooke, it gained outright victory on the 1949 Dutch International Tulip Rally.


 

Consul Classic 315

Top Hat
Racing Series

Drew/Lake

Corgi
VA03507

130 of 2370

 

 


 

Consul 3000 GT

Coys Historic Rally Of GB 1998

Anderson/
Anderson

Vanguards
VA55001

0381 of 4000 

 


 

Zephyr 6

Monte Carlo 1953

Gatsonidies/
Worledge

Provence Moulage

Hand Built

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Maurice Gatsonidies and Peter Worledge with the then newly announced Ford Zephyr 6 won the 1953 Monte Carlo Rally.  The hood on the front which housed the fog and spotlights was his own design to keep the glare off the drivers eyes.


 

 

Zephyr MK2

Monte Carlo 1959

Uren/Walker

Vanguards
VA06108

583 of 1100

 

 

 

 



 



Zephyr MK2

RAC 1959

Burgess/
Croft-Pearson

Vanguards
VA06106

2485 of 2510

 

 





Zephyr MK2

Safari Rally
1961

Hall/Cardwell

Corgi Classic
96721

 

 

 


Corgi Zephyr Racing Set D36/1 issued in 1989 as a 3 car limited edition 1131 of 5000.

Ford Zephyr

Safari Rally
1960

Scott/
Baillon







 



In 1959, 1960, and 1961 Works-entered three car Zephyr teams won the East African Safari Rally team prize on each occasion.  This is one of the 1960 winning team cars KGM606 driven by Denis Scott and Leon Baillon.


Ford Zephyr

BRSCC 1959

Jeff Uren

 

 

 

 

 



Owned and driven by Jeff Uren JMU8 was the outright winner of the 1959 B.R.S.C.C. production touring car championship scoring 6 wins and 1 second place in the 8 race championship.

Ford Zephyr

Snetterton
1961


David Haynes





 

 




This Zephyr was raced David Haynes in 1959, 1960 and 1961.  This model depicts DHB250 as no 97 raced at Snetterton in the final saloon car race of the 1961 season, which it won outright.


 


Ford Zodiac

Monte Carlo 1961

Handley/Harvey

Corgi D16/1

 

 

 



Fitted with a modified cylinder head and carburation, the privately entered Zodiac NBL666 won the over 2000cc GT Class on the 1961 Monte Carlo Rally driven by Tommy Handley and Dacre Harvey. 


   
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