1967 Ford Corsair Convertible
Ford Corsair Tyres
- The Ford Consul Corsair of 1963 – 1965, and the later Corsair V4 from 1965 to 1970 they fitted 5.60-13 Crossply tyres.
- We would suggest the 165R13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36 for all Consul Corsair and V4 Corsair GT cars.
- For these tyres the Michelin 13D is the ideal innertube.
- Our period Innertube Guides inform that the Corsair was initially released on tube-type wheels, but later models (including some later Corsair V4 and Corsair GT) were released tubeless. See below to find your model's wheel type.
Ford Corsair Recommended Tyres
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History of the Ford Corsair
The Ford Consul Corsair as a midsize car was built from 1964 until 1970, with 310,000 being built in total. Though mainly available as a saloon or an estate, there was a convertible version built by Crayford which is now very rare and highly sought after as a classic. Two-door Corsair saloons are similarly uncommon, having been produced solely to order in the United Kingdom, but bulk two-door manufacturing continued for select export markets. In 1964 a Corsair GT set 13 World Speed Records at Monza by averaging over 100 mph (160 km/h) for 15,000 miles (24,000 km) in the under 1500 cc class.