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Ford Escort 6/8cwt Van, MkI and MkII
The Ford Escort MkI was launched in January 1968 and the Van version followed in April using all new panel work except for the rear doors which were carried over from the Anglia-based vans. A lowly 1298cc 'Kent' crossflow engine provided the power for the 6cwt and 8cwt versions. In 1975 the MkII Escort was launched, and although it looked to be a new body, in fact it was not much more than a re-skin of the MkI, and this became clear with the Estate and Van versions which used the same panelwork and doors as the MkI with only the metal in front of the windscreen changing for the MkII. The MkII was known as the Escort 45 and carried on with the same 1298cc engine.
Ford Escort MkI 8cwt 1968 front
Ford Escort 8cwt 1968. A 1298cc 'Kent' engine powered the MkI Escort 8cwt Van.
Ford Escort MkI 8cwt 1968 rear
Ford Escort 8cwt 1968. The rear doors of the Escort MkI van were inherited from the Anglia-based 305E/307E Van and taken forward to the MkII Escort Van.
Ford Escort MkI Camper Van
Ford Escort MkI Camper Van. This conversion was the C&W Conversions Nimbus on a MkI Escort 8cwt Van
Ford Escort MkII Van front
Ford Escort 45 Van. The MkII Escort Vans were given new Escort MkII bonnets, grilles and front wings, but kept the doors and main panelling from the MkI
Ford Escort MkII Van rear
Ford Escort 45 Van. A MkII (or '45') Escort Van, but from this rear view it is identical to the MkI
t_Ford Escort MkII Van tail
Ford Escort 45 Van. The rear doors came from the Anglia-based Van, re-used on Escort MkI and MkII Vans.
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Ford Thames 5cwt and 7cwt (307E and 309E)
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Bedford HA Van
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Ford Escort Mk1
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Morris Marina Van
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Ford Transit 1965-86
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