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100-car cavalcade to bring Ford's centenary tour to a close

100-car cavalcade to bring Ford's centenary tour to a close

The centenary tour being held by Ford to mark 100 years of manufacturing in Britain is to conclude at the Goodwood Revival event.

To mark the milestone, Ford is to use models from the last 100 years to perform a 100-car cavalcade.

A wide range of Fords will be on display including the GT40 a replica of the original Ford Quadricycle and the all new Ford Focus.

It marks the end of the tour, which was kicked off by DJ Chris Evans on Tower Bridge in London before taking in 20 locations across the UK

Joe Greenwell, Ford of Britain chairman, said: "Ford is delighted to be at Goodwood Revival in such strength this year.

"The Ford Centenary Tour of the UK has been a great success and with an exciting range of Ford vehicles to be showcased at Goodwood, we’re hoping to end our Ford of Britain Centenary celebrations with a bang."

Posted by Craig Salter