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Thread: Mk2 Cortina identification

  1. #21
    Thanks for your help, it's defiantly a 0 and not a 9 and it does have the approval at the bottom.
    i was lost as all I could find for the 440L was as an automatic. Have you heard of the paint code Q for a mk2?

  2. #22
    Thanks for your help, it's defiantly a 0 and not a 9 and it does have the approval at the bottom.
    i was lost as all I could find for the 440L was as an automatic. Have you heard of the paint code Q for a mk2?

  3. #23
    It is defiantly a 0 not a 9. And it does have the approval at the bottom.

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    On Jewels old site MK2s had one of the following numbers 12135 or 12035 . MK2

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    that was for 70/71 Models still looking for paint code.

  6. #26
    Hi toxicbugman,
    can you PM me your email. I have been trying to message you through here but it won't let me send them. I can see your messages though.

  7. #27
    A little off topic, but when did they stop producing the Mk2? All I have heard until now is that the last car left the line in july 1970... must be for europe then sine you have cars almost a year latter.
    Power is how hard you hit the wall, torque is how far you move it.

  8. #28
    My Mk2 (Australian Built) was constructed May 71, compliance'd June 71. I've also seen TC's complianced June 71 so in Australia I'm saying June 71 was the change over. ....a year behind the rest of the world seems surprisingly quick for Australia
    Last edited by RobW; 15th February 2017 at 02:02 PM.

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