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Made in Dagenham: Ford’s secret classic car collection

Motoring Research Logo By Tim Pitt of Motoring Research Slide 1 of 48: Tucked away on the outskirts of Ford’s sprawling Dagenham factory is a small, slightly ramshackle warehouse. Inside is a huge array of classic cars representing 115 years of Blue Oval history.

Ford unveiled a new Mustang Bullitt Edition at the Geneva Motor Show, which pays homage to the original movie car. NDB 489E (pictured) – which sold at auction for £60,860 in 2017 – was sympathetically restored to resemble the Mustang driven in the 1968 film. We’ll use this as an excuse to take another look at the cars in Ford’s amazing collection.

Ford Heritage Centre

Tucked away on the outskirts of Ford’s sprawling Dagenham factory is a small, slightly ramshackle warehouse. Inside is a huge array of classic cars representing 115 years of Blue Oval history.

Ford unveiled a new Mustang Bullitt Edition at the Geneva Motor Show, which pays homage to the original movie car. NDB 489E (pictured) – which sold at auction for £60,860 in 2017 – was sympathetically restored to resemble the Mustang driven in the 1968 film.

We’ll use this as an excuse to take another look at the cars in Ford’s amazing collection.

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