Cortina: The Story of Ford’s Best-seller
Veloce Publishing

Cortina: The Story of Ford’s Best-seller

In the 1960s the Cortina was an entirely new type of British car, light yet strong, cheap to buy yet roomy. It established a new class of car – the ‘Cortina Class’ – and Ford’s rivals had to rush to compete. Not only was the Cortina the first, it was the best, too; a fascinating, ever-evolving project around which Ford-Europe’s planning always revolved. Here, for the first time in a book, are all the facts, figures, images and legends of the Cortina story.

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Référence : V5100
ISBN : 9781787111004

In the 1960s the Cortina was an entirely new type of British car, light yet strong, cheap to buy yet roomy. It established a new class of car - the 'Cortina Class' - and Ford's rivals had to rush to compete. Not only was the Cortina the first, it was the best, too; a fascinating, ever-evolving project around which Ford-Europe's planning always revolved. Here, for the first time in a book, are all the facts, figures, images and legends of the Cortina story. With over 180 colour and black and white photos this is the fascinating story of a incredibly successful car.

Informations complémentaires

Poids 1.5 kg
Dimensions 250 × 210 mm
Langue

Anglais

Année de parution

2017

Auteur(s)

Graham Robson

Collection

Veloce Classic Reprint

Editeur

Veloce Publishing

Reliure

Souple

Categories
Pages 160
Parution Ré-édition