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Opinions on Cosworths...

marcos_eirik

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What do you think about Cosworths... Sierra (3dr and saloon) and Escort...

The normal Sierra RS Cosworth
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This is the big one, the Sierra Cosworth RS500
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The saloon Cosworth
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The Escort RS Cosworth
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More Cosworth pics here...

A video from the event these pics were shot at, here...
 
The Sierra is a bit ugly, but the Escort is VERY nice....I like it! :thumbsup:
 
2 doors, 4 seats, a trunk and a powerful engine

what do you want more?

(an M badge :twisted: )
 
I actually thought about trying to find a good conditioned Sierra. They actually sold them here as Merkur XR4Ti's...They didnt sell that well, and they're hard to come by. But I think it would be fun. Does anyone in the states know whether we got the AWD version (if there was one). I know the escort cossie was AWD, but not sure about the sierra...
 
The Sierras are RWD.

And my opinion on Cosworth Sierras & Escorts: :drool: :drool:. That also counts for the Mercedes Benz 190 2.3 Cosworth (whatever the exact name is) :thumbsup:
 
Sierre and sierra rs500 are RWD
Sierra Sapphires (saloon in those pictures) are 4WD and so are the escorts
i fookin love um
 
I love them... All!
 
Cosworth, what's Cosworth...;).

I'd only want 10 of them.
 
RepLiKa said:
Sierre and sierra rs500 are RWD
Sierra Sapphires (saloon in those pictures) are 4WD and so are the escorts
i fookin love um
Yeah but the Sierra Sapphires were also RWD up to 1988 or 1989 and from then they were 4WD.

But I love all of them!!
 
They are ! :love: :thumbsup: :love: !
 
They're pretty much Essex boys' cars. But as the Essex boys moved on to Saxos and Clios, the cossies got more popular. Within a few years, they'll be classics, just like what happened to the Escort Mexico.
 
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