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North American Consul, Zephyr, Zodiac (CZZ) Registry

Posted: Fri May 25, 2007 6:15 pm
North American Consul, Zephyr, Zodiac Registry (Mk 1 - 4)
Contact: Patrick Wilson at:

Patrick Wilson

Posted: Fri May 25, 2007 6:22 pm
Patrick Wilson is a long time EFONA (NAEFR) member who recently completed a ten year restoration on a 1960 Mk II Zodiac. Patrick is also working on a global Mk II CZZ Registry. Patrick can also help with another service (free) - UK registration tracing from 1904 to 1976.

James Dyson has a lot of Patrick’s CZZ stuff (paint code charts, road tests, photos of prototypes) on his website which can be viewed at:

1956 CZZ TV commercial

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:44 pm
Here is a link to a 1956 Consul, Zephyr & Zodiac TV commercial from Britain. There is also a 1969 Capri commercial.

CZZ Registry Update

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 4:10 am
Patrick Wilson contacted me recently to report that he has been hard at work on updating the North American CZZ Registry as well as establishing a World-Wide Registry.

Patrick writes --

"I hope, with the co-operation of all the CZZ clubs, to start a master list of whats left worldwide. Am guessing that there are 300 to 400 Mk II CZZ's in the UK, and a similar number downunder. North America is a bit sparse at about 50 or 60 Mk I CZZ's. That leaves about 1,000 cars left
from a production run of 660,000 - Amazing!"

I am hoping that Patrick will update us here in the near future.

-- Michael

World Wide Zephyr & Zodiac Site

Posted: Sun Jan 13, 2008 4:15 am
This Australian-based Consul, Zephyr & Zodiac website should be of interest to the hardcore CZZers among us. ... iacConsul/

Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:17 am
If you want to what happened to Norm Scott's Zephyr Convertible, take a look at this video and fast forward to minute 22.

Posted: Wed Jan 21, 2015 11:54 pm
by peteleo
What the f***. That's the most depressing video. These idiots actually took apart a perfectly good Zephyr mk2 convertible to save a cartoon car.

I meet Norm Scott a few years ago where showed his pride and joy at the Hillsboro All Ford gathering. It was a rare sight to see a LHD MK2 conv. even more rare in that condition. Oh well, that's life. Pete

Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2015 10:39 am
by peteleo
Here's ep#5 on the end result of Norm's Zephyr:

You would need to completely watch ep#4 and ep#5 to get the full picture of what went on during the process of converting norm's Zephyr into a cartoon car. Pete

Posted: Sun May 28, 2017 1:27 am
The 1968 Mk IV Zodiac once owned by Ian Lalande of Hastings, Ontario, is now parked on "death row" and will be crushed in July 2017 if a new owner doesn't come along and save it. Needless to say, it has deteriorated a lot since this article about this uniquely speced care was published in the E-Ford Lines in 2001.If you click on the image, you can veiw it in a larger size on Flickr.

ImageLalande Zodiac P1 by Michael, on Flickr

ImageLalande Zodiac P2 by Michael, on Flickr

Here are some photos of the car taken by Ian in 1999. (Ian passed away in 2014).

ImageLalande Zodiac by Michael, on Flickr

ImageLalande Zodiac, Dash by Michael, on Flickr

ImageLalande Zodiac, Rear by Michael, on Flickr

ImageLalande Zodiac, Wheel Cover by Michael, on Flickr