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We Buy All LHD Ford Cars Left Hand Drives

At LHD PLC we accept many car models and the LHD Ford Car is one of them, whether you are stationed in France, UK, Spain, Germany, Scotland, Italy, Portugal, and Wales, we will arrange a view and collection from the UK to you. If the Car meets our immediate needs we will purchase rite away with an upfront deposit payment for your time.

Types of LHD Ford Cars (Models)

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Ford's policy is to develop products continuously. All items described and pictured on this site may change specifications or colors at any time.

LHD Ford

Left hand drive LHD Ford cars
  • For Passenger Vehicles: The manufacturer says the model's as-is price should be. Deliveries to the dealer are included, along with 12 months of Government Vehicle Excise Duty, the Government First Registration Fee, and the estimated cost of number plates (at 20%). Retail customer savings, however, are not included.
  • Prices include government vehicle excise duty, first registration fee, and delivery to the dealer, along with any available customer savings.
  • On the Road, this is what the manufacturer recommends. In addition to delivery to the dealer, it includes 12 months Govt. Vehicle Excise Duty, Govt. First Registration Fee, estimated cost of number plates, and VAT (20 %) but excluded any available retail customer savings.

Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the Ford Focus Diesel, Ford Mustang , Ford Fiesta ST LINE, Ford galaxy v6 lhd, Ford s-max 2.0, Left Hand Drive Ford, Left Hand Drive Ford Explorer Xlt, Ford c-max, Ford KA, Ford Tourneo, Ford Kuga 2.0, MUSTANG 5.0, Mercedes C230, Ford Transit.

Origin of LHD Ford

76 countries and territories use left-hand traffic. The practice is thought to originate in ancient Rome as a defensive measure. Does driving on the left side of the Road make sense in some cultures? It's more common on the right in most places. There are 76 places where left-hand traffic is expected. There's a theory that it's ancient Roman tradition. The Romans drove their carts and chariots with their left hand to free up their right hand for attacking enemies.

From the 1908 model year on, Ford went left-hand drive. A Ford catalog from 1908 explains why the controls are on the left: "Perhaps the left side is the correct location because: If you were going along the right side of the Road, you had to get up and walk around the car. There's no way to do this if there's a lady involved. You can get out of the car without turning it around using the control on the left.

LHD Ford cars with left hand wheel