What engines did the Ford Granada have?
The Granada was equipped with a 200 cubic-inch inline-six engine as standard, with a 250 cubic-inch inline-six as an optional engine. Shared with the Maverick, the 302 Windsor V8 was offered as an option; the 351 Windsor V8 was an option solely for the Granada.
Who made consul cars?
The Consul was given the Ford code of EOTA. Most cars were four-door saloons with body design by George Walker of the parent United States Ford Motor Company, but a few estate cars were made by the coachbuilder Abbott….Ford Consul EOTA (1951–1956)
|Ford Consul (EOTA)|
|Height||61 in (1,500 mm)(convertible)|
What is the sister car to a Ford Granada?
|Class||Compact near-luxury car|
|Body style||4-door sedan 2-door coupe|
|Related||Ford Granada (North America) Lincoln Versailles|
What kind of car is a Consul?
The Ford Consul is a car that was manufactured by Ford UK from 1951 until 1962. The name was later revived for a model produced by Ford in both Britain and Germany from 1972 until 1975….
|1956 Ford Consul Mark II Saloon (204E)|
What is the Mercury version of the Ford Granada?
What year did they make Lincoln Versailles?
The Lincoln Versailles is a mid-size luxury car that was marketed by Lincoln from the 1977 to 1980 model years. The first Lincoln introduced outside of the full-size segment, the Versailles is a rebranded version of the Ford Granada and Mercury Monarch….