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Ferguson Formula Vehicles

Vehicles built using Ferguson Formula Technology

(This list is not exhaustive. If you know of the whereabouts of any vehicles marked with an asterisk, or can add to the list, please contact me)

Categories
  • Research cars, built by Dixon-Rolt Developments Ltd or Harry Ferguson Research Ltd
  • Formula 1 cars, single seat racing cars and sports racing cars
  • Indy cars
  • Limited production or production cars built by other companies with components supplied by Harry Ferguson Research or FF Developments
  • Vehicles converted by Harry Ferguson Research, FF Developments or GKN as prototypes or special conversions for private customers
  • Vehicles converted by Harry Ferguson Research, FF Developments or GKN as limited production runs
  • Proof of concept vehicles built by FF Developments, or vehicles for which transfer case components were supplied by FF Developments
  • 4WD vehicles engineered and built by other companies using FF technology

*Indicates vehicle or vehicles' whereabouts unknown, or not known to have survived
**Indicates vehicle is understood to have been scrapped

Research Cars built by Dixon-Rolt Developments Ltd or Harry Ferguson Research Ltd

Dixon-Rolt Crab
R2
R3E**
R3G**
R3F (RPE 4)
R4/1**
R4/2**
R5/1
R5/2
Ferguson-Climax F1 car, P99
Note: RPE 4, the car commonly referred to as R4, which is on display in the Coventry Motor Museum is actually R3F

Formula 1 cars, single seat racing cars and sports racing cars

Lotus 56B
BRM P67
Felday 4
Felday 5
Hepworth-Ferguson Guyson Sandblast Special
Techcraft-BRM
Matra MS84**

Indy cars

Novi-Ferguson P104
Granatelli-Novi 4WD **
Paxton Turbocar
Lotus 56/1, 56/2, 56/3, 56/4

Limited production or production cars built by other companies with components supplied by Harry Ferguson Research or FF Developments

Jensen FF
Schuler Super Ranger
Ford RS200
Stonefield

Vehicles converted by Harry Ferguson Research, FF Developments or GKN as prototypes or special conversions for private customers

Fiat Panda 4x4 VT*
Ford Capri Mk1 facelift (green)
Ford Capri II (black)
Ford Custom 500*
Ford Mk4 Zephyr estate (ex- Pat Hall)
Ford Mk4 Zodiac Estate (ex- Tony Rolt, aka 'The Shed')
Jaguar XJ6 V8 FF*
1965 Ford Mustang Tudor
1966 Ford Mustang Tudor*
1968 Ford Mustangs (believed 2) built for Borg-Warner*
1968 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet
1968 Ford Mustang Super Mach I*
1971 Ford Mustang Boss 305 convertible*
Jensen FFF100*
Reliant Scimitar GTE (GKN)
Triumph Stag (automatic)
Triumph Stag (manual)
Triumph 2.5PI Estate
Triumph 2.5PI estate with Stag engine
Triumph 2.5PI saloon*
Plymouth Fury Police car*
Ford Fairlane Police car*
Volvo 144*
Volvo 164*

Vehicles converted by Harry Ferguson Research, FF Developments or GKN as limited production runs

Bedford CF 4x4
Opel Senator, MVEE**
Opel Senator, civilian**
Ford Capri Mk1
Ford Capri Mk1 (German built)
Ford Mk4 Zephyr saloons, including police cars *

Proof of concept vehicles built by FF Developments, or vehicles for which transfer case components were supplied by FF Developments

AMC Eagle
BMW 323iX
Buick Century, 1985
Chevrolet Astro / GMC Safari 4x4
Fairchild-Hiller (New York) Safety Car
Ford Sierra 4x4
Fiat 128
Jaguar XJ220 4WD
Mazda 323GTX
MG Metro 6R4
Opel Manta B Group B rally car

4WD vehicles engineered and built by other companies using FF technology
(including Viscodrive and Ford Europe, GKN, Steyr-Daimler-Puch and Tochigi Fuji Sangyo)

Audi quattro Sport S1 (final, 1986 Group B version only)
Audi R8
Audi V8 quattro
BMW 325iX
Ford Escort Cosworth Turbo
Ford Sierra XR4x4/Cosworth 4x4
Ford Granada Scorpio 4x4
Jeep XJ Cherokee
Jeep WJ Grand Cherokee
Jeep ZJ Grand Cherokee
Lamborghini Diablo VT
Lancia Delta S4
Lancia Delta HF 4x4 and Integrale
Land Rover Freelander
MG Metro 6R4
Nissan Pulsar/Sunny GTI-R
Peugeot 205 T16
Peugeot 405 T16
Peugeot 405 Mi16 4x4
Range Rover Classic, 1989-on
Renault 21 Quadra
Renault Espace Quadra
Subaru Legacy
Subaru Rex
Toyota Camry
Toyota Celica GT4
Toyota Vista
Volkswagen Golf Syncro
VW Passat GT Syncro
Volkswagen Transporter Syncro
Volvo 850 T4 4x4
Volvo XC90 (first generation)

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