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My Auto History
As an 18 year old car enthusiast, I have decided I want (eventually) to buy and collect cars. Unfortunately I haven’t quite had the funds to buy the super cars and classic collectibles I want, but I have made the list.
I actually didn’t have such a great experience with buying my first dream car. Many of you will most likely think it is ugly, but I appreciate it for its history in motor-sports and I think it was one of the greatest cars ever built!
Here is my dream car:
The Ford Sierra Cosworth was a rally destroyer. It was a German designed 4-cylinder, turbo-charged, RWD, 224-HP monster. The actual rally version of the engine was around 550HP! It has been, and will most likely always be my favorite car from the 80’s. Now unfortunately I live in the U.S.A. and finding a Cosworth for sale here is rather impossible (they were only intended for the Euro market)and if I were to find one it would cost me an arm and a leg… and maybe a few other body parts in repair costs. I could forget the RS500 part all together, because they only made 500 of those (hence, the name 500). So I looked at my options and found out that Ford did bring the car to the American market. They couldn’t use the Sierra name so they branded it as a spin off of Mercury. The car they brought to the US was called the Merkur XR4Ti. Yes, let that sink in for a second… Merkur was the German word for Mercury and XR4Ti meant e X piremental R acing 4 -cylinder(or series) T urbo-charged advanced I njection. What a mouthful. Asides from the awful name they had to ruin some of the perfect design to meet the American safety standards. Also, they had to de-tune the engine to meet the American emissions standards… Honestly I wish it could have just stayed in Europe.
The American spec car was also a turbo-charged 4-cylinder, but only 175-HP with the manual transmission. The also had to change...Source: adaywithpaul
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