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1965 Ford Mustang

Is this Sierra really rarer?


This 33-year-old Ford Sierra Cosworth is set to fetch a cool £100k at auction because it’s claimed to be ‘the best one in the UK’ of only 500 ever made.

Is this Sierra really rarer?This 33-year-old Ford Sierra Cosworth is set to fetch £100k at auction because it's…

Posted by Bridge Classic Cars on Wednesday, 23 September 2020

We only have to take a look into our archives and current competitions to see that Fords are becoming increasingly popular.

Earlier this year we ran a Ford Mustang competition where over four thousand tickets flew off the shelf and one lucky winner was handed the keys after spending just £7.50 on his ticket.

We also ran a draw to win a 1991 Ford Sierra Sapphire which only had just over 4,500 miles on the clock. Another incredibly popular competition prize.


Our latest competition Ford is our awesome 1979 Ford Escort RS2000. A similar low-mileage MKII Escort RS2000, also finished in Diamond White, sold at Silverstone Auctions in 2017 for a whopping £97,000!

So could this mean the estimation on this Ford Sierra Cosworth could well be accurate? We’ll have to wait and see..


If you don’t happen to have 100 grand burning a hole in your back pocket though, you could spend just £15 on a ticket for our 1979 Ford Escort RS2000 competition instead and join our many classic car winners. It could well be worth a small fortune if Fords continue to flourish!

1965 Ford Mustang – Full Service

Recently purchased by the current owner and intended on being his everyday drive back and forth to work, our 1965 Ford Mustang is fresh in from the US.

In our workshops to have a general look over and to carry out a full service ready for the road.

Coming Soon: 1965 Ford Mustang

Having owned the car for just under a week, the current owner is new to the classic car scene but has always wanted the iconic 60’s Ford Mustang. later in the month the car will arrive in our workshops for a general check over and full service.

This will be a longer term project for the owner who would eventually like to see the paint and interior imperfections addressed.

For now, it’s time to enjoy the summer and get used to the car and it’s personality.