1987 Ford Fiesta 1.1 L

FORD FIESTA

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1987 Ford Fiesta 1.1 L
1987 Ford Fiesta 1.1 L

£695

GBP

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30TH AUG 2021

AUCTION DATE

FOR THIS SALE

AUCTION HOUSE

HAMPSON AUCTIONS

FOR THIS SALE

$984 • €808

Chassis #: VS6BXXWPFBHE10755 • Odometer: 65,357

Hampson Auctions • The Gold Cup Classic Car Auction

MOT This generally very tidy-looking MKII Fiesta 1.1 L combines gold-coloured bodywork with grey cloth interior trim. It runs and drives and there’s no sign of any corrosion. An August 1987 build, it is a genuine two-owner example that currently registers 65,357 miles from new, so should be able to provide its next owner with many happy years of service at what could well be a bargain price. The second generation of Ford’s ultra-successful Fiesta model first saw the light of day in August 1983 a...

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