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Article Buying Guide - 1956-1962 - Amazing Graces
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Publication Practical Classics July 2012
Buying Guide - 1956-1962 - Amazing Graces - How to cash in on Ford's cult-status MkII Consul, Zephyr and Zodiac.
Article Side by Side. Independent Rear Suspensions
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Publication Practical Classics February 2001
Side by Side. Independent Rear Suspensions. Independence Day. Springing rear wheels separately is normal nowadays, but it wasnít always so. John Simister samples five makersí first bids for independence.
Article Luxury Cruisers
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Publication Classics Monthly Spring 2007
Luxury Cruisers - It's the 1960s, and Merely owning a car is no longer a status symbol.  What matters now is which car you own.  Ford Humber Jaguar
Article Buying Power - MKII Consul/Zephyr/Zodiac
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 6 January 2005
Buying Power - MKII Consul/Zephyr/Zodiac - Known as íThe Three Gracesí the second generation of Consuls, Zephyrs and Zodiacs were big on style.  But they can also be big on rust, which is why reading RICHARD GUNNís buying guide is a good idea before you snap one up.
Article Marque Five 1960s Fords
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Publication Classic Car Mart June 2004
Marque Five 1960s Fords - When it comes to economical, period, family motoring, they don't come much more classic or usable that a Ford from the early Sixties, insists Paul Guinness. Ford Anglia 105E, Ford Cortina Mk1, Ford Zephyr, Ford Zodiac, Ford Classic & Capri, Ford Corsair.
Article Road Test - Zephyr/Zodiac MK II
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 12th May 2004
Road Test - Ford Zephyr/Zodiac MK II - Built 1956-62, six-seater, four-door saloon, front-engined, rear-wheel-drive, 2553cc six-cylinder engine.
Article Classics March 2003 pg 82
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Publication Classics March 2003
Maintenance guide: Ford Zephyr/Zodiac MK2. The oh-so-rock'n'roll '50s Fords can be serviced at home with Kim Henson's in-depth guide.
Article Classic Car Weekly 17 October 2001 pg 8
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Publication Classic Car Weekly 17 October 2001
Buying Power. Mk II Consul/Zephyr/Zodiac. Dagenham's 'Three Graces' were the flagship Fords in the late Fifties and early Sixties. American size and style combined to make them among the marque's best loved classics says Ben Field.
Article Classics September 2001 pg 36
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Publication Classics September 2001
Signs of the times. Motor manufacturers battled in the 1950s to provide the saloons demanded by a new motoring orientated market. Andrew Charman looks at the little and large saloon rivals.
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