Launched in September 1962, and until a modest facelift in 1964, it was branded as the Consul Cortina before simply being sold as the Cortina. The car changed the face of British motoring - a risk Ford took but which paid off as in 1963 the Cortina became the market leader, a trend it kept up for the next two decades. It became one of the best selling cars of all times and its design was updated every 4/6 years. Aimed initially at buyers of the Morris Oxford and Vauxhall Victor. It is shown here in classic cream and green stripes.
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How much are delivery costs?
For all orders AU $125 and over the delivery fee is *free. For orders less than AU $125 delivery fee is AU *$10 in Australia. (*Exclusions apply including large orders and bulky items.)
For bulky products (packaging over 50cm/3kg), we offer an affordable shipping rate that is calculated with an online shipping calculator.
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The Hobbyco team take pride in picking, packing and clearly labelling your order so it arrives safe and sound for your enjoyment. Unfortunately, once your order leaves our warehouse, for reasons outside of our control, on rare occasions parcels could be damaged or even lost in transit. As such, Hobbyco highly recommends selecting transit insurance at checkout to protect your order while it is in transit.
Standard shipping does not include insurance by default. Unfortunately, without transit insurance, Hobbyco is not responsible for refunding or replacing a damaged/broken or lost in transit items without Transit Insurance.