Nicknamed "the working mans Ferrari"
The SE5 series handled best
Not that fast by today's standards, but I'm considering dropping a 3ltr V6 BMW diesel in it! Now that will be properly fast
Wow, the engine will fit in the bay, but will the bell housing have enough clearance, or can you mate the BMW lump to the Ford gearbox.
The engine bay is massive, that's where the spare wheel goes too.Wow, the engine will fit in the bay, but will the bell housing have enough clearance, or can you mate the BMW lump to the Ford gearbox.
BummerThe P5B I always liked them, my old headmaster had a maroon coupe and it was lovely, but old cars, the sadness when they go, I have experienced that with two cars now, the first being a 1955 series one land rover I spent most of my teens restoring, and the second was a 1977 VW Devon sundowner which I had had for ten years of every day motoring ad use at week ends for what it was intended. I would have liked to have kept them, but the ex wife you see, she didn't see any sense in collecting cars and besides the money would be useful.