A Cortina ready for a family road trip

Photography Courtesy Mosing Motorcars

Looking for a family hauler with a bit of British flair? How about this 1967 Ford Cortina Estate?

Imported into the United States before the current owner acquired it in 2020, the Cortina features Lotus-style wheels as well as a Les Leston wood steering wheel and Frankfurt stereo.

Power comes from a 1.5-liter Kent inline-four backed by a four-speed manual gearbox, and the car's factory Black Cherry color is noted as having been repainted prior to current ownership.

Find this 1967 Ford Cortina Estate for sale from Mosing Motorcars for $25,000.

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sir_mike Reader
7/26/23 6:12 p.m.

First nice estate....But it's not 1967....It's a 1966 that was probably first sold in 1967.I had a 1966 Lotus Cortina that was sold as a 1967.A 1966 is a MK1 and in 1967 it went to a MK2.Totally different body style.Look them up and see what I mean....thanks

Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
7/27/23 9:46 a.m.

In reply to sir_mike :

Yes, production of the Mark I cars did end in 1966, though we followed the seller’s lead here and listed it as a 1967.

More than likely, it's 1966 production car titled as a 1967.

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