The Grampian Transport Museum’s AllFord event returned to Alford for its ninth year on 20 August, with the support of TrustFord, the UK’s largest Ford dealer group, for the second consecutive year.
With a record turnout of over 240 entries, the event offered car enthusiasts and the public the opportunity to browse through years of Ford heritage.
The entries included a special collection of heritage vehicles brought by TrustFord, including a very rare 2005 Ford GT, a World Rally Championship Ford Fiesta, the only yellow Escort RS Cosworth ever built, and a rare Ford Mondeo Mk1, which celebrated its 30th anniversary. An original 1977 Fiesta was also on display as this year’s event paid special homage to the much-loved model.
Visitors also enjoyed a fantastic range of New Ford Car and Commercial vehicles on the TrustFord stand, including the All-New Ford Tourneo Custom – which made its debut in Scotland for the very first time.
Glen Kenington, regional director at TrustFord, said: “TrustFord is always keen to give something back, so we were delighted to donate £1,500 to the Grampian Transport Museum so they can continue their fantastic work.”
Kevin McCormick from the Grampian Transport Museum added: “AllFord 2023 was a wonderful day with an excellent turnout of some of the best Fords and Ford powered vehicles in the North East of Scotland and some from much further afield.”