Used Ford Cortina Cars in Scotland

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Ford Cortina MK1 Lotus Cortina Evocation Saloon 19 +75
Ford Cortina £29,995
MK1 Lotus Cortina Evocation
Finance from £703 per month

1965

Manual

Tax: £0

Mileage: 928

Petrol

Ford Cortina MARK 3 1974 2000 E AUTOMATIC 17,000 M +21
Ford Cortina £19,950
MARK 3 1974 2000 E AUTOMATIC 17,000 MILES
Finance from £459 per month

1974

Automatic

Mileage: 17,000

Petrol

Ford Cortina 1.6 1600 5d Estate 1970, 3500 miles,
Ford Cortina £17,995
1.6 1600 5d

1970

Manual

Tax: £155

Mileage: 3,500

Petrol

Ford Cortina Saloon 1974, 77805 miles, £10495 +7
Ford Cortina £10,495

1974

Manual

Mileage: 77,805

Petrol

Ford Cortina CORTINA MK2 LOTUS Saloon 1970, £25000
Ford Cortina £25,000
CORTINA MK2 LOTUS

1970

Manual

Mileage: Unknown

Petrol

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Ford Cortina 1500 RARE AUTOMATIC  Saloon 1965, 680
Ford Cortina £10,750
1500 RARE AUTOMATIC
Finance from £262 per month

1965

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 68,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used Ford Cortina with Exchange and Mart?

Although many malign the Ford Cortina, history will judge it in a different light. Launched on September 21, 1962, the Cortina cost £573 in standard 1200 saloon guise and became an instant bestseller. It enjoyed a 20-year career in which 4.3-million examples were produced. The last Cortina was assembled in July 1982, and was succeeded by the Sierra, at which time the entry-level model was priced at £4,515. The Cortina was so successful and so different from other cars in the industry that in Britain it inspired what became known as 'the Cortina class'. Once established, at times one in every six cars being built in the UK was a Cortina. Along with the parallel success of the Escort from 1968, this helped Ford gain market leadership in Britain, which it has now maintained for more than 25 years. In 20 years, four distinctly different generations of Cortina were put on the market - each of them selling more than a million examples around the world. Although the Cortina is often viewed as something of a figure of fun, it has become an integral and important part of British motoring history and the rarer models are increasingly collectable.

About the Ford Cortina

The Cortina represents a snapshot of what life represented for the British man in the street form the late sixties through to the early eighties. The values, the economic conditions and the fashions of the day are all preserved faithfully. Find a good one and wallow in the nostalgia. Prices can only go in one direction and a decent car may represent a canny investment as well as an enjoyable ownership experience.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.

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