2008 Beauford Saloon
A real eyeful; reliable Ford two-litre power; leather interior; ready for work or play....
Built with half an eye on the wedding business, the first Beauford appeared in 1985, an outlandishly styled pastiche of a Vintage Limousine. Cruella Deville would have approved.
Using a Mini shell as the central element mounted on a ladder chassis with fibreglass wings and bonnet, the engine installation was very much up to the builder, the cars being supplied as kits for completion by the owner.
Ford components were most commonly used, principally because much of the suspension and steering was designed to incorporate Ford Sierra components.
This very nicely finished example has a lusty two-litre Zetec engine and comes with power steering. Finished in black and silver, it has been in the hands of the current keeper since 2008 and has spent much of that in Northern Ireland.
There is little other history with the car, although that is no surprise as it looks a lot older than it is, the car having been registered in 2008! It carries a no advisory MOT which expires in August 2022. The V5C lists it as a Beauford four door saloon.
It is listed as having been stolen in 2013 on the insurance register, but there is a letter on file from the local police confirming it was returned shortly after and they have no further interest in the matter.
Well finished inside and out with leather seats front and rear, it offers opportunities to use both privately or commercially and looks like a lot of fun...how about the school run kids??
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