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Is there any chance the Ford Focus saloon will become a future classic?

Don't laugh, but in my lifetime is there any chance the Ford Focus saloon will become a future classic?

Asked on 20 March 2019 by lee adamson

Answered by Keith Moody
It's going to take a while. The Mk1 RS and ST have a following, but think how long it took non-sporty MkIV and MkV Escorts to gain traction on the classic scene. Saloons are a little quirky as so many of the UK cars were hatchbacks, so that might help them stand out a bit.
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