Be more like Cory Muensterman. That's the lesson after an afternoon with the affable mechanic in his tidy-but-crowded shop that serves as both workspace and storage. Vocationally, he's got it about as good as it gets; after squeezing between two Renault 5 Turbos in different states of repair, you're greeted with a space almost entirely occupied by hibernating automotive superstars. In the corner, tucked behind a white Defender , a pair of pre-war Bentleys with sequential serial numbers—originally built for a husband and wife—sleep under a thick coat of dust. Closer to the front of the shop, you'll find Muensterman's favorites. Pragmatically, he reminds me that most of us take this whole vintage car thing too seriously.
First made available to the public in , the Escort RS Cosworth was the hottest Ford to emerge from the blue oval since the RS ended production in Initially only road cars were produced in order to meet homologation rules for the World Rally Championship in which the car was set to compete. Original cars were all fitted with the distinctive whale-tail spoiler and were on sale for only two years between and Following successful homologation for the World Rally Championship, Ford adapted the car to make it more useable in everyday situations. Despite being nearly 20 years old the bodywork should be in very good condition if the car has been well cared for.
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Not only was it hobbled by an asthmatic fuel-injected version of harsh and tingly 1. Tasked with transforming the Fiesta this dedicated band of engineers delivered the RS Turbo, which was much more than an XR2i with some extra puff. Appearing around a year after the rest of the third generation Fiesta range was launched, the RS Turbo landed in showrooms in mid