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Crayford Engineering
David McMullan and Jeffrey Smith founded Crayford Engineering at Westerham in Kent in 1962. Their first project was a convertible Mini, soon followed by a Wolseley Hornet convertible which was ordered by HJ Heinz for a competition and 57 were delivered in 1966. In 1964 Crayfords exhibited a convertible based on the Ford Cortina MkI, and promptly received an order for 30 of these to go to Bermuda; a further dozen or so were sold in the UK. Crayfords went on to build 400 Cortina MkII convertibles as well as other convertibles and even estate car conversions until 1980.
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Crayford Corsair 1967 GT Convertible - badge on bootlid
aa_Crayford Fly Convertible 1982 badge
Crayford Fly Convertible 1982. Badge on rear panel
aa_Ford Cortina 1600 GT Crayford 1967 badge
Ford Cortina 1600 GT Crayford 1967 - badge on bootlid
aa_Ford Cortina 2000 GT Crayford Convertible badge
Ford Cortina 2000 GT Crayford Convertible - badge on bootlid
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Ford Cortina MkV Crayford - badge on bootlid
Crayford Anglia Convertible rear
Crayford Anglia Convertible. There are rumours of Crayford building a prototype Ford Anglia Convertible, or building up to 20 production models. The truth is unclear
Crayford Anglia Convertible front
Crayford Anglia Convertible. Did Crayford really construct a Ford Anglia Convertible? If they did, then this car might be a Crayford Anglia, or possibly a private conversion.
Crayford Cortinas
Crayford Corsair
Crayford Fiestas
Vauxhalls by Crayford Engineering
Ford Classic Capri Convertible front
Consul Classic
Capri Convertible
key text:  This is the page introducing Simons love of cars from the website  RedSimon which is a series of photo albums of Simon GP Geoghegan.
The names of Pinin, Farina, and Pininfarina are also considered
There are also notes on Pininfarina
as well as the car maker
and links tothat car maker
see also my Picasa car albums
withe even more on RedSimon
Simon is also a contributor to SuperCars.Net
And also to Wikipedia
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