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South African Bakkie

Unique from the front doors backwards, the South African Bakkie had a locally designed tailbox which retained some ofthe original styling.
There were also a few 3-litre  Perana bakkies

The box-fame chassis had leaf-sprung suspension for tough roads.

CRAYFORD CONVERTIBLE

You could pay £650.00 extra  in 1971 when first seen as a full soft-top. the later Crayford Sunshine Cortina retained the side structrure and windows of the two door saloon in an effort to improve the wobbliness of previous Cortina ragtops.   It was popular with 400 built.

CORTINA SAVAGE

Cost of a new MK3 Savage in the early 70s would start at around £2000 and then rise accordingly depending on the extra goodies.
In total it is thought around 1000 Savages were produced with between  50/100 being MK3 versions.
There are 5 known survivors to the club 2 of which are on the road.

ASpecialised Mouldings bonnet was an option on the Cortina Savage, matched to the colour of the car, and not averse to flying off at speed.   Not how "Uren" is substituted for the Ford lettering.
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