1991 Ford Sierra RS Cosworth 4 x 4 … £38,995
A genuine low mileage example.

This automotive classic comes with documented Ford Main Dealer Service history from new, supporting the indicated 57,000 miles. Understandably it is in very nice condition, could easily pass for a 1 or 2 year old car in fact. Attractively finished in Moondust Silver and Black Leather.

Used very sparingly, only covered 500 odd miles in last five years, so must be one of the finest in the Country.

Four Wheel Drive. Rides on the correct 15” Lattice Alloy Wheels. Recaro front seats, Glass Sunroof, Clifford C300 Thatcham Alarm System, Magnex Performance 4” Exhaust System. Correct identification plates all round,.

Various bills for routine maintenance in the history file including one for supplying and fitting timing belt kit in 2018.

Comes with all Service Handbooks and user guides in original wallet, Owner’s toolkit, history file of paperwork, V5 logbook, MOT to February 2023,

A very special car. Classic car considered in part exchange. Call/text John on 07909 231414. Cozzie located in Lytham St Annes in Lancs, transport arranged at £1 pr/mile (one way)

NB.The exclusive RS Owners Club (RSOC) offers specialist advice and hold events and rallies for owners.

Marque History
In January 1990 the third generation Sierra RS Cosworth was launched, this time with four wheel drive. As early as 1987, Mike Moreton and Ford Motorsport had been talking about a four-wheel drive Sierra RS Cosworth that could make Ford competitive in the World Rally Championship. The Ferguson MT75 gearbox that was considered an essential part of the project wasn’t available until late 1989 however.

Ford Motorsport’s desire for a 3-door “Motorsport Special” equivalent to the original Sierra RS Cosworth was not embraced. The more discreet 4-door version was considered to have a better market potential. It was therefore decided that the new car should be a natural development of the second generation, to be launched in conjunction with the face lift scheduled for the entire Sierra line in 1990.

The waiting time gave Ford Motorsport a good opportunity to conduct extensive testing and demand improvements. One example was the return of the bonnet louvers. According to Ford’s own publicity material, 80% of the engine parts were also modified. The improved engine was designated YBG for cars with a catalytic converter and YBJ for cars without. The former had the red valve cover replaced by a green one, to emphasize the environmental friendliness. Four wheel drive and an increasing amount of equipment had raised the weight by 100 kg, and the power was therefore increased to just about compensate for this.

The Sierra RS Cosworth 4×4 received, if possible, an even more flattering response than its predecessors and production continued until the end of 1992, when the Sierra was replaced by the Mondeo.

The 4×4 Cosworth made a few appearances as a works rally car in 1990, and then tackled a full World Championship programme for 1991 and 1992.