1984 Ford Fiesta 1.0L

Lot: 241

Sold for (£): 2,970
Offered for sale is a 1.0L 1984 Ford Fiesta 1.0 L manual that has been with the current owner for the last year. Coming with a partial history file, this lot's condition scores an impressive 98 / 135.

Classic Car Auctions says:

An outstanding little Fiesta from another point in time... 

  • 32,000 miles
  • Lots of previous MOT Certificates
  • Described as immaculate
  • Believed garaged from new, 
  • Fresh MOT before sale
  • An exciting 'no reserve' not to be missed

 

Lot Details

Registration: DTC435W RHD/LHD: Right Hand Drive
Year: 1984 Engine size: 1.0L
Make: Ford Odometer reading (miles): 32125
Model: Fiesta 1.0 L MOT expiry: 2018-03-08
Warranted: No Chassis number: 022001

CCA Condition Report

Overall: 98 / 135

Exterior

Bodywork: Glass:
Paint: Chrome:
Trim:

Interior

Door-cards: Carpets:
Seating: Headlining:
Dashboard: Boot:

Engine

Components: Starting:
Appearance: Running:

Transmission

Gears: Drive-shaft:
Clutch:

Running Gear

Axles: Chassis:
Suspension: Bearings:
Brakes: Wheels/Tyres:

Electrics

Minor: Major:

Vehicle History

About the CCA Condition Report

A lot's condition report is compiled based on information provided to CCA by the vendor of the lot. CCA has no access to lots prior to a sale but does review its condition on the day of the sale. CCA strongly recommends viewing a lot prior to a sale as it cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.
Poor Numerous faults / Extensive damage / Many missing parts / Project or donor car
Fair Basic condition / Requires attention mechanically & cosmetically / Some damage / Some missing parts
Good Every-day useable classic car / Driven & enjoyed / Commensurate with age & mileage / Drives and looks as it should / Some vehicle history
Very good Almost pristine / Mechanically & cosmetically sound / Driven only occasionally / Extensive vehicle history
Excellent Pristine / Original / Documented nut & bolt ground-up restoration / Stored professionally / Trailered only / Complete vehicle history