You are looking at an extremely well sorted Ford Cortina Mark 1 racecar that is legal to drive on the streets! This car was originally built to be a racer in the mid 70's to race in the ICSCC, since then it has won several GT4 championships in the 90's. In 2009 the vehicles last owner purchased it and began his own build on the car. The engine is a Ford 2.0 OHC, ported head, SVO cam, Holley road race 2 barrel, Venolia forged pistons, ARP rod bolts and main studs, prepped rods, Racer Walsh adjustable cam gear, Capri pan, oil cooler, remote filter, 4 into 1 header, Dynomax exhaust with Laguna Seca extension to pass sound @ 90db. Aluminum radiator, electric fan, Burton valve cover. Transmission: Rocket box, Ford 4 speed. -English rear axle, 4.11s, spool, rear T-bird Turbo Coupe rear calipers, rotors and Hawk pads. Original wishbone lower mount trackbar/traction device. -Full cage, 2 Corbeau racing seats, 5 point harnesss, onboard Halon fire system, Autometer guages, MSD ignition, head and tail-lights, Canton Accusump, Lexan windows all around with removable quarter windows. -Fuel Sage FIA legal fuel cell, Holley fuel pump, Braille battery. -Mk2 front struts with Ground Control coil over conversion, Bilstein inserts, camber plates, vented front rotors, Outlaw front calipers with Polymatrix pads, braided brake lines, 1 inch front sway bar with custom strut rod configuration, Mk2 forged lower control arms. -Painted mystery yellow with fiberglass doors, hood and trunklid. Also has Euro bubble flares that are no longer available. -Custom built electrical, professional layout, fused, 3 wire GM alt. -2 sets of wheels and tires. Street tires on 14x7 Diamond Wheels with Falken Azenis RT-615ks, legal for autocross with 200 tread wear. Race tires and rims, fronts 14x7, rear 14x8 with Hankook slicks in 205 and 225 widths. -Approximately 110hp, weighs 1900lbs with a full tank of gas, turns and stops exceptionally well and can hang with all but the baddest Spec Miata. Has run at Thunderhill, Sonoma and Laguna Seca. -Licensed and titled for the street with California Historical Plates.