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Ford KA24E maverick eng
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It is not easy to locate a quality Ford engine for sale at affordable cost. Therefore, if you have been searching for an engine for your beloved Ford, there is a good news for you. Ideal Engines is the UK's largest supplier of quality Ford engines. We have been in this business for more than ten years now and supply not only to UK buyers but also we have a huge international customer base.
How to Buy Ford Engine
Choose your Ford model from the list on the left hand side or enter your vehicle details in the form above to search our database of engines and view the price and availability of your desired Ford engine. The required unit can either be delivered to you or we can do the fitting for you at a minimal cost. All the Ford engines we sell are covered under a warranty for your extra peace of mind.
Ford Engine Price
We promise to offer competitive price for your Ford engine. There is a minimal chance that you will find it cheaper from anywhere else, but if you do, it is highly likely that the product will be of very low quality. At Ideal Engines, we believe in giving our customers the best value for their money without compromising on quality. So if you are facing any Ford engine problems and want to get rid of them, Ideal Engines is the solution.
Ford Engine History
1901 : Henry Ford introduced his Sweepstakes car v. Alexander Winton.
1903 : Ford started production of A Ford Model.
1908 : Ford introduced the Model T Ford that is firstly created in the Piquette Road developing Plant. A 2-door roadster price was $825. Assembly line construction was developed more than next 5 years.
1911 : Ford started assembly in the UK, at Trafford Park, Manchester.
1913 : Ford started the moving assembly line.
1922 : Ford purchased the Lincoln Motor Company from Henry Leland on 4 February.
1925 : Started Ford assembly in Australia.
1927 : "The proper end of Model T creation."
1929 : Manufacturing started at a new UK factory, Dagenham.
1939 : Ford created Jeeps.
1954 : Ford launched the Ford Thunderbird in September.
1964 : Ford launched the Ford Mustang in March.
1965 : Ford introduced the Ford Transit Van in the UK and Europe, eventually the typical transfer driver became colloquially known as "white van man."
1966-1969 : Ford GT40s came first the Le Mans 24-hour race 4 years in a rank.
1975 : Ford introduced the First Ford F-150 pickup.
1990 : Ford purchased the Jaguar car.
1999 : Ford purchased the Volvo's car-making partition.
2000 : Ford purchased Land Rover from BMW. LR attached Aston Martin, Jaguar, Lincoln and Volvo in Ford's Prestige Automotive Group.
2001 : Ford F250 and F350 pick up back on sale in .au.
2002 : Ford launched The Ford R7 4X4 introduced in Melbourne International Motor Show in Feb 28.The updated 'BA' (Barra) Ford Falcon (4X2) presently to change with the unloved 'AU'in July.
2003 : Ford launched The 15 prototype Territory all wheel drives at the Melbourne Motor Show in Feb.
2004 : On sale as 6-cylinder 4X4 and 4X2 editions.
2007 : Jaguar and Land Rover are also set up for sale.
2008 : Ford launched The FG series Ford Falcon sedan and Ute revealed in Feb 27.Ford agreed to put up for sale Land Rover and Jaguar to Tata Motors of India for us$2.3billion in March 26. The contract was done on 2 June.
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