FORD ordered around 240 chassis and tubs to supply the intended group B range so there are genuine parts around, there were also several crashed cars and bent chassis
Those owners who have genuinely built up cars from parts are aware that even if all the parts come from a RS200, it s not a original Ford RS200 built by Ford.
What will be the correct description ? Reconstruction ? After Market ? Parts Cars ?
I believe that parts cars are the best description as they are built with original parts !
November 2004 - C2OOE was and is owned by Julian Godfrey and that it was featured in April 2003 copy of Performance Ford.
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I had an email from Robin Plummer who remembered photographing this car...
Frances Godfrey (Julians brother) has confirmed they built that car, registered it on August 1st 2001
What is strange is the HPI report...
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November 2004 - C2 00E in Fast Ford Magazine, issue April 2003 - owned and built by Julian Godfrey.
"... built from a spare shell, uprights and some transmission gear bought from Michael Quaife." Julian Godfrey Engineering is here: http://www.racetuners.com/ Pat Doran's RS200 rallycross car, is here http://www.patdoran.co.uk/
He had the new shell and
bought an Evo from someone called Tony Bardy, he took out the Evo engine and
sold the rest to someone in Denmark. Then proceeded to complete the build of his
car. He spent 1000hrs on it, and according to the article drove 4500 miles in
2002 using it for track days and road driving. Aparently he'd even driven it to
Norway. At the time of the article both cars were heavily tuned.
C200E had full 2.1BDT Evo running 600bhp/550lbft torque running 1.8 to 2.2bar boost
Pat Doran's was similiar spec engine with 750bhp/600lbft torque running 2.2 to 3.2bar boost and 102RON fuel."
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