The Ford Escort Mk I RS 1600 Rally Coupe 1968 is an iconic piece of automotive history, combining a sleek and subtly aggressive design with advanced features previously only associated with premium European vehicles. From the outside, the car attracts attention with its crisp, square lines and bright red paint job. Inside, the Ford Escort sports two comfortable bucket seats, with an optional detachable backseat for passengers. The Escort is equipped with a 1600cc Kent Crossflow engine for support, delivering an impressive 90 horsepower and more than adequate acceleration from a standing start. The car is outfitted with a full set of rally-spec suspension and brakes for enhanced cornering and performance. Despite the RS 1600's focus on aggressive driving performance, the car still manages to make practical daily commuting easier with its five-speed manual gearbox and impressive fuel economy. All in all, the Ford Escort Mk I RS 1600 Rally Coupe 1968 is an exciting example of auto evolution that continues to captivate drivers with its sporty design and thrilling performance capabilities.
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