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1967 Lotus Cortina Coupe = clean solid Ivory driver $65k For Sale

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Price £65,000 As stated
Ad Type For Sale
Category Classic Cars
Make Lotus
Model Cortina
  1967 Lotus Cortina
Year 1967
Country USA
Region International
Telephone (001) 503 305 0411
Status Trade
Date 27-Aug-2020
Ref C1220193

Located in the USA...dry no salt on roads...

1967 Lotus Cortina Coupe = US-specs LHD...Ivory(~)Black

- A clean and solid driver....

- Low miles 65k

Coming soon....

Price:$65,000... USD dollars....

- We do not have the original steering wheel.

- We are pleased to offer this 1967 Lotus Cortina for sale.

- This is an original California car that is absolutely authentic.

- This is a Local car that we have known and maintained for several years.

- These are very rare cars with just 2,894 total production and 660 left-hand drive cars built and only 160 originally delivered to the North American market.

- This car comes with its original window sticker showing that it is an original California car.
- This is the 6th genuine left hand driver Lotus Cortina we have owned and can confirm it is authentic.

- This car sat in storage for many years and was restored by our client several years ago.
- This is a very solid car showing no signs of rust or major accident damage.

- It is a great driving car and is ready to be enjoyed or shown.

- Please feel free to ask any questions you may have.
- The car is located in our showroom for further viewing.

- Coming Soon and on request please!


Specs and history

- details above

The Ford Cortina is a car that was built by Ford of Britain in various guises from 1962 to 1983, and was the United Kingdom's best-selling car of the 1970s.

The Cortina was produced in five generations (Mark I through to Mark V, although officially the last one was only the Cortina 80 facelift of the Mk IV) from 1962 until 1983. From 1970 onward, it was almost identical to the German-market Ford Taunus (being built on the same platform) which was originally a different car model. This was part of a Ford attempt to unify its European operations. By 1976, when the revised Taunus was launched, the Cortina was identical. The new Taunus/Cortina used the doors and some panels from the 1970 Taunus. It was replaced in 1983 by the Ford Sierra. In Asia and Australasia, it was replaced by the Mazda 626–based Ford Telstar, though Ford New Zealand did import British-made CKD kits of the Ford Sierra estate for local assembly from 1984.

The name was inspired by the name of the Italian ski resort Cortina d'Ampezzo, site of the 1956 Winter Olympics. As a publicity stunt, several Cortinas were driven down the Cortina olympic bobsled run at the resort which was called Cortina Auto-Bobbing.[1]

Mark I (1962–1966)

Cortina Mark I

Ford Cortina Mark I reg Aug 1963 pre first facelift.
1963 Ford Consul Cortina Super 2 door saloon ("Mark 1")



Ford Dagenham assembly plant (Dagenham, Essex, England)
Ford Lio Ho
(Zhongli, Taoyuan, Taiwan)
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Broadmeadows, Victoria, Australia[2]
Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Ulsan, South Korea
Singapore, Malaysia[3][4]

Roy Brown Jr.

Body and chassis

Body style
2/4-door saloon

5-door estate



1.2 L Kent I4
1.5 L Kent I4
1.6 L Twin-Cam I4

4-speed manual[5]
3-speed automatic


98 in (2,489 mm)[6]

168.25 in (4,274 mm) (saloon)
168.5 in (4,280 mm) (estate)

62.5 in (1,588 mm)

56.5 in (1,435 mm) (saloon)
57.75 in (1,467 mm) (estate)

Kerb weight
1,736 lb (787 kg) (De Luxe)
2,072 lb (940 kg) (Estate)

Using the project name of "Archbishop", management at Ford of Britain in Dagenham created a family-sized car which they could sell in large numbers. The chief designer was Roy Brown Jr., the designer of the Edsel, who had been banished to Dagenham following the failure of that car.[7] The Cortina, aimed at buyers of the Morris Oxford Farina and Vauxhall Victor, was launched on 20 September 1962.[8] The car was designed to be economical, cheap to run and easy and inexpensive to produce in Britain. The front-wheel drive configuration used by Ford of Germany for the new Ford Taunus P4, a similarly sized model, was rejected in favour of traditional rear-wheel drive layout. Originally to be called Ford Consul 225, the car was launched as the Consul Cortina until a modest facelift in 1964, after which it was sold simply as the Cortina.[9]

The Cortina was available with 1200 and (from early 1963[10]) 1500 four-cylinder engines with all synchromesh gearbox, in two-door and four-door saloon, as well as in five-door estate (from March 1963) forms. Standard, Deluxe, Super, and GT trims were offered but not across all body styles. Early Standard models featured a simple body coloured front grille, earning it the nickname 'Ironbar', and large, round, ‘Ban the Bomb’ tail-light clusters. Since this version cost almost the same as the better equipped Deluxe it sold poorly and is very rare today. Options included heater and bench seat with column gearchange. Super versions of the estates offered the option of simulated wood side and tailgate trim. In an early example of product placement, many examples of the new Cortina featured as "Glamcabs" in the comedy film Carry On Cabby.

There were two main variations of the Mark 1. The Mark 1a possessed elliptical front side-lights, whereas the Mark 1b had a redesigned front grille incorporating the more rectangular side-light and indicator units. A notable variant was the Ford Cortina Lotus.

- More details on request please...

- All inspections welcome... We ship worldwide.

   If you have questions please email us below...

   Shipping at your cost about $1,500.. to the UK ports...

   Thanks for looking....

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