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A good possibility  Sunset red. Is it an original colour or has it been painted

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2 minutes ago, colr6 said:

A good possibility  Sunset red. Is it an original colour or has it been painted

Nice one yeh it’s original 

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 A nice deep shiny red. I never considered painting any car red before but for some reason Mk2 Cortina's always look great in red.

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4 hours ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

 A nice deep shiny red. I never considered painting any car red before but for some reason Mk2 Cortina's always look great in red.

Yeh it’s got something about it looked good in the day

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Mk2 Cortinas are the best value OSF around I reckon. Here in Australia you can get both two and four doors for a few thousand dollars completely running. It's crazy how they have gone so unnoticed in the crazy price epidemic. I have Escorts because I got them back when they were every day cars but too rich for my blood if I was to get into them now. A Mk2 Cortina would be where I would be headed for a great classic and a bargain.

Here is a down under example. (I would probably do something about the wheels though they dont look quite right)

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A link to a complete set of a UK beauty, same colours as yours I think.

http://www.classicperformanceford.com/Ford_Cortina_1600E_RAT222G/page01.htm

 

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17 hours ago, Ben Perry said:

As title whats this colour called cheers

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monaco red

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41 minutes ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

Mk2 Cortinas are the best value OSF around I reckon. Here in Australia you can get both two and four doors for a few thousand dollars completely running. It's crazy how they have gone so unnoticed in the crazy price epidemic. I have Escorts because I got them back when they were every day cars but too rich for my blood if I was to get into them now. A Mk2 Cortina would be where I would be headed for a great classic and a bargain.

Here is a down under example. (I would probably do something about the wheels though they dont look quite right)

RedMk2Cortina2.thumb.jpg.80f007fbe95fad33b1242fe1576b4128.jpg

RedMk2Cortina3.thumb.jpg.75abf155b2ffbfd20f34cc271a8dd4a0.jpg

A link to a complete set of a UK beauty, same colours as yours I think.

http://www.classicperformanceford.com/Ford_Cortina_1600E_RAT222G/page01.htm

 

Yeh mate I know what your saying I think mk1-2 cortinas are the best lookin osf And Probly the cheepest to buy and nice is the gt urs? And yeh that 16e is nice love the plate on it!

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4 hours ago, Ben Perry said:

Yeh mate I know what your saying I think mk1-2 cortinas are the best lookin osf And Probly the cheepest to buy and nice is the gt urs? And yeh that 16e is nice love the plate on it!

No its not mine. I just save OSF photos of cars that I really like.

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8 hours ago, Ben Perry said:

Cheers is that a gt colour? 

60s ford colour

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I'd say it's one of these three:

Dragoon Red

Monaco Red

Red II 65

What does the colour code on the VIN say?

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On 30/05/2018 at 01:36, In The Pit said:

I'd say it's one of these three:

Dragoon Red

Monaco Red

Red II 65

What does the colour code on the VIN say?

Paint code BN?

the tag had patina..erd lol

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