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Top 10: Classics at the Tatton park show

The twice-yearly Tatton Park Classic and Performance Vehicle Show is one of the best attended events in the north of England, and always attracts some weird and wonderful cars. This month’s ‘Passion for Power’ event was no exception. Here are our (somewhat oddball) Top 10 cars of the show…

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Ford Sierra L

Mk1 Ford Sierras are rare enough. Base models even rarer. Rust-free base model three-doors are practically non-existent, thanks to very low sales to begin with - and the fact that the vast majority were bought either by the motorsport fraternity to re-shell crashed Cosworths, or by Ford performance junkies to turn into RS replicas. This example, a 1.6L in metallic racing beige, is probably the best remaining survivor, and its owner is adamant it won’t fall into the hands of modifiers.


Lord Brasic    on 28 August 2016

Very nice

Lord Brasic    on 28 August 2016

I want that car

Lord Brasic    on 28 August 2016

A Micra UTE, and why not, its good to see someone still cares enough about these little car to do this, is great, well done.

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