Ford Consul, Zephyr And Zodiac (Crowood Autoclassics)
Ford Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac (Crowood Autoclassics)
Re-issued for 2015, Ford Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac tells the complete story of a vitally important range of Ford family cars.
From 1950, when the first of these entirely new cars was introduced, and for more than twenty years after that, the range set engineering, styling and marketing standards that Ford's rivals always struggled to match. This detailed narrative covers the complete history of these versatile machines, and of the first Granadas which took over in 1971. Not only is this the technical story of these cars, but also that of the people and the world events that effected their careers.
Topics covered include: Full history of all Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac models; Details of the cars' motorsport careers; Rarely seen details of engineering innovations; Special feature panels on key personalities; Ford facilities and technical innovations; Full specifications for each model
About the Author
Graham Robson is one of the most experienced, prolific and versatile motoring historians in the world, and is recognized as one of the authorities on anything concerning Ford in motorsport. He watched his first F1 GP - at Aintree - in 1955, and has never lost touch with...