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PICASSO
My introductory post. I have just put my late father's red Ford Escort Flight (1.6 petrol 5 door hatchback) on the road after just over a year of SORN following his death.

I will be keeping the car for a while for sentimental reasons and also because it has had one careful owner since it was new in 1999 and has covered less than 17,000 miles to date. It has always been kept in a garage and when spruced up it is barely distinguishable from new.

I have a couple of questions but I will start by searching the threads on the forum for answers.

My other car is a Citroen C5 (please don't hold it against me) so the Escort should generally be much simpler to work on!
Preee
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My introductory post. I have just put my late father's red Ford Escort Flight (1.6 petrol 5 door hatchback) on the road after just over a year of SORN following his death.

I will be keeping the car for a while for sentimental reasons and also because it has had one careful owner since it was new in 1999 and has covered less than 17,000 miles to date. It has always been kept in a garage and when spruced up it is barely distinguishable from new.

I have a couple of questions but I will start by searching the threads on the forum for answers.

My other car is a Citroen C5 (please don't hold it against me) so the Escort should generally be much simpler to work on!
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hi and Welcome to FOC

Have you any pics of her?
dezwez
[color="#0000FF"][size="5"][font="Times New Roman"]Hi welcome[/font][/size][/color] :)
Lenny
[quote name='PICASSO' timestamp='1324324259' post='157285']
My introductory post. I have just put my late father's red Ford Escort Flight (1.6 petrol 5 door hatchback) on the road after just over a year of SORN following his death.

I will be keeping the car for a while for sentimental reasons and also because it has had one careful owner since it was new in 1999 and has covered less than 17,000 miles to date. It has always been kept in a garage and when spruced up it is barely distinguishable from new.

I have a couple of questions but I will start by searching the threads on the forum for answers.

My other car is a Citroen C5 (please don't hold it against me) so the Escort should generally be much simpler to work on!
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Welcome to the Forum,
focus Diesel Engines 1.4TDCi, 1.6TDCi and 2.0TDCi are all Citroen/Peugeot Engines mate so your half way their already ;)
if you get a moment join [url="http://photobucket.com/"]photobucket[/url] and upload some picture's of your motor,
you can then link them to this forum,
once uploaded go to Album,


below or above each picture on [url="http://photobucket.com/"]photobucket[/url] is an Image URL
copy this URL and paste it in to your posts
once pasted in the post remove the
.img from either side of the link then its job done,

also check out DMB Graphics for Ford Badge Overlays and vintage Decals [url="http://www.dmb.uk.com/cat/22/ford-badges-gel-overlays"]Click Here[/url]
and see my guides listed below this post you may find some of Interest.

Hope this helps mate B)


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