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1963 Ford Consul Cortina MkI

1963 Ford Consul Cortina MkI in Gone in 60 Seconds, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: USA

1963 Ford Consul Cortina MkI

Position 00:56:01 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2004-10-11 21:44

Hit by the Ford Mustang, the trunk was already open before that.

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Seen again in this scene:
/vehicle.php?id=16065


-- Last edit: 2011-04-13 17:52:28

mc leod

2004-10-11 22:16

ford cortina il me semble...

antp BE

2004-10-11 23:15

bien vu

rpcm PT

2007-02-07 03:24

Consul Cortina

chris40 UK

2007-09-09 22:02

Leoz wrote What's a Ford Consul Cortina Doing in the States In '74?


Getting wrecked, apparently. :lol:

chris40 UK

2007-09-09 22:42

Part quote from Wikipedia, 'Ford Cortina':

<<The Cortina was also sold in other right hand drive markets such as the Republic of Ireland where it was assembled locally, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand,Malta and South Africa. Mark III Cortina estates were adopted as police cars in Hong Kong. The Cortina was also assembled in left hand drive in the Philippines, in South Korea (by Hyundai) and in Taiwan (by Ford Lio Ho) until the early 1980s.

The first two generations of the car were also sold through American Ford dealers in the 1960s. The Cortina competed fairly successfully there against most of the other small imports of its day, including GM's Opel Kadett, the Renault Dauphine, and the just-appearing Toyotas and Datsuns, although none of them approached the phenomenal success of the Volkswagen Beetle. The Cortina was withdrawn from the US market when Ford decided to produce a domestic small car in 1971, the Ford Pinto, though it continued in Canada until the end of the 1973 model year.>>


LHD models were also sold throughout Western Europe as well as in Czechoslovakia and, I think, Jugoslavia.

Skid US

2007-11-24 16:34

I never knew this generation was sold here. Now I need to try and find one.

Red Grant US

2008-05-01 04:05

They actually sold these here?

dsl SX

2011-04-13 19:59

It's a deluxe. Looks unusual in main for having different tail lights from the usual ban-the-bomb design, and apparently no fuel filler cap. Note also that the left half of the boot badge has broken off ....
antp wrote Seen again in this scene: /vehicle.php?id=16065

Probably the same car, including the same break in boot badge. But has normal tail lights now???

-- Last edit: 2011-04-14 19:39:56

tom11

2012-01-19 21:13

Red Grant wrote They actually sold these here?

Yes, they did, (as Chris40 stated).

Classics fan BG

2016-02-09 00:36

[Image: consulcortina.jpg]

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