Your dad loved boxy cars before you did and he’s rolled a MkII Ford Cortina 1600E to prove it.
His squared-off chariot rolled hate into haters hearts and had a backseat that dropped panties quicker than a laundry hamper. It was four corners of pure class and perfected lines that hugged more that just road’s curves.
So hipsters, when you’re Vintage Volvo dreaming, or lusting after that late model E-30, remember this…
Your dad is the reason those cars are considered “Used,” and it’s not because he drove them first.
Carroll Shelby and the Mk.I GT40 at the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Ford Sierra RS Cosworth rally car