While working on our 1979 Ford Escort MK2, classic car technician Chris found substantial corrosion on the vehicle meaning plans have had to change for the future of this sought-after classic.
As you can see from the photos below, things don’t look particularly good.
Alan also polished a quarter panel.
Our 1979 Ford Escort MK2 has been going through its initial inspection with classic car technician Jonn.
During the inspection, Jonn fixed a locking issue on the nearside rear door. The horn connection was cleaned before the interior was striped so Jonn could resolve an issue with the reverse light wiring. New wiring was installed from the gearbox to the reverse lights and a new exhaust heatshield was also fitted.
Once he has finished assessing the vehicle, we will be able to put together a plan of action for getting it live on Bridge Classic Cars Competitions in the very near future.
We have welcomed our 1979 Ford Escort MK2 into the Bridge Classic Cars workshop today.
As you can see from the photos, this is a beautiful car and it certainly comes with a big following of Ford Escort enthusiasts.
If you are one of these enthusiasts, you will be happy to know that this is going to be available to win through Bridge Classic Cars Competitions very soon.