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It took me roughly 4 months of weekends and 2 months of late evenings to a completed V8 escort sedan. I did alot of research and also got in contact with mark from MD conversions not a big help lol. Also my greatest thanks to our forum member and friends PRO David ,who helped me through some of the ins and outs,the bloke who had some answers i could not find. So a big thanks to David. Im so proud of myself as i built almost the entire car myself,the only 2 things i didnt make were the tailshaft adapter plate and shorten the tailshaft but the rest i did all myself in my shed. Ok all started with a mk2 ford escort sedan 2L worked pinto,4spd manual and a ferrera diff with 4.
I removed every thing from the inside of the car and engine bay,engine box and diff were sold. I cut out the entire firewall and front gearbox tunnel. Mounted the dirty old clevo into the engine bay and mounted up the C10 auto and refabricated the firewall and tunnel. Solid mounted the engine with a engine plate.
Well special not as much as you might make. Safe a few crossmember,heavilly crammed and wore the steering almond,heavilly modified the underlying escort pedal box to accomodate the adorable escort directory cylinder minus booster.
Fabricated a gearbox crossmember,heavilly modified and moved the steering column,heavilly modified the standard escort pedal box to accomodate the original escort escrt cylinder minus booster. Fitted after market seats welded in new rails,rewired up the dash to suit gauges and ignition,fans,fuel pump etc. Fitted rear commodore springs into the front struts to help lift the front up dew to the weight of the clevo. Mounted the motor all under the bonnet to have that sleeper original look.
Also cut out the entire radiator support panel to mount in V-8 ford escort 3 core V8 ZK fairlane radiator with AU thermo fans and a tranny V-8 ford escort a new radiator support panel and recessed the dord inner front apron. Fitted a tailshaft loop,fabricated the drivers side extractor and modified esxort passenger extractor and made up a twin 2. Made up new brake lines for the front cord made up a new rear brake line and also fitted a inline ball tap for a hand brake and line lock tap. Motor is a near stock cleveland i sourced from a fairlane i wrecked,only fitted a 2inch spacer and holley and extractors. Gearbox is just a stock C10 with a hurst shifter and kick down disconnected.
For the rear end i was lucky enough to get onto a B diff which fitted straight under the rear end,i ran 15x6. Ran the standard B drums which were 14inch finned drums. Diff ratio was 4. I mounted the battery in the boot and retained the standard 34L escort fuel tanke but also ran a electric fuel pump as i didnt have enough room at the motor for a mechanical one. I started with a holley blue but it decided to keep leaking so i just bought a cheap solid state electric fuel pump 4. Splatter painting it at home, the louder the better; it was about having fun. It was all built up by Warren Cole, who amazingly was here at Players Classic too. Nowadays any Mk1 Escort two door shell is worth big money to the right buyer.
So to see one like this is unique. It stands alone for me. What Warren wanted was a fairly simple, very low cruiser that he could use anywhere, any time. He used everyday, affordable, mechanical parts that combined in the right way to make something that grabs your attention. Did we mention it was low?
Ford escort V-8
Well maybe not as much as you forx think. Airbags were still a decade away from fofd vaguely affordable or practical so this was the best way of keeping everything esckrt. The reason why it was on the Wheel-Whores. Sscort all know hot rods and drag cars run big and little combos, but one of the stand out, gutsy choices of this build has to be the 9x16s out back… … and the skinny 5. You can often date a build by wheel choice and these are spot on; remember again most factory cars were riding around on 14s or 15s maximum at this time. Many smaller cars still ran 13s, so the big 16s on the back were literally that.
The pastel paint spills over to all the components and suspension parts; again this bright colour coding was really indicative of the time. Looking back I can only really think this was because body-coloured bumpers had been around for five to ten years on mainstream manufacturers cars, so the modified scene started to emulate this and add a little more.